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EXETER AND EXCHEQUER BOOKS. 



EXTENSIONS AND TRANSLATIONS. 



THE 

DEVONSHIRE ASSOCIATION 



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THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE, UTERATURE, AND AET. "^^NAAA^n^rv .a ?^ 



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THE DEVONSHffiE DOMESDAY 



AND GELD INQUEST: 



EXTENSIONS, TEANSLATIONS, 
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FIRST VOLUUE. 



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INTRODUCTION. 



AT the ivinter meeting of the Council, in January, 1884, 
it was resolved that the translation, extension, and 
printing of the Domesday record, so far as it related to 
Devon, should be undertaken, and a committee was appointed 
to do what was necessary in the matter. This committee held 
several meetings, and plans were decided on, and some 
members undertook the task of extending and translating 
portions of the text. These members were Mr. J. S. Amery, 
the late Mr. James B. Davidson, the late Mr. Bobert Dymond, 
the Rev. W. Harpley, Mr. P. 0. Hutchinson, Mr. R N. Worth, 
and the Secretary of the Committee, Mr. J. Brooking Bowe. 
By these gentlemen the extension and translation of the 
whole was completed, each taking a certain number of 
columns. The manuscript was then carefully gone through, 
and the work of the several translators examined and 
corrected, so as to bring the whole into harmony. The 
portions from the Exeter book were also up to about page 
800 — with the readily - accorded permission of the Very 
Reverend the Dean and the kind help of the Rev. W. E. 
Hampshire — collated with the original manuscript in the 
Cathedral; unfortunately, illness prevented this being done 
with the remaining part. The manuscript being ready for 
printing, the important question of size and arrangement 
had to be settled, and eventually the form in which the 
work now appears was decided on, and it is believed no 
more convenient one could have been devised. 

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i IV INTRODUCTION. 



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Very kind and valuable assistance has been given by the 
Eev. W. Harpley to the Secretary throughout the whole of 
the work connected with the revision of the manuscript, 
and seeing it through the press, a labour which, although to 
a great extent one of love, has been also an anxious and 
tiresome one. To Mr. R N. Worth, besides much help 
rendered in various ways, the Committee is greatly indebted 
for the valuable indices with which the volume concludes, 
and without which it would be comparatively useless. 

In the successive deaths of Bichard John King, James 
Bridge Davidson, and Bobert Dymond, all of whom were 
urgent in promoting the undertaking, and took a keen interest 
in its success, the Committee sustained serious losses. 

Besides the Domesday record, the Exeter MS. contains a 
document of great value and interest, commonly known as 
the Inqmsitio Geldi, being the Taxation of the Hundreds 
for the Danegeld, and it comprises the Hundreds of the five 
Western Counties. Mr. Eyton dates this 1083-4. For our 
county there are really three lists. The first and second, on 
folio 63, give the names of the Hundreds only, the second 
repeating the names in the first list^ with some variations; 
and the third, contained on folios 65 to 71, giving full par- 
ticulars as to the geldable land and its holders, and the amount 
raisable therefrom. The Council having decided that an 
extension and translation of this record, so far as it relates 
to Devonshire, should accompany the Domesday transcripts 
and translations, the work devolved upon the Secretary of 
the Committee. Following each entry and translation has 
been added a tabular statement, showing how the hidage is 
made up. 

In the Hundreds the first reference at the close of each 
entry is to the number of the folio of the original in the 
Exeter MS. ; the second to the page of the printed edition. 
(Idbri Censualis vocati Domesday Book additamenta ex codic 
antiquis, voL iv. 1816. folio.) In the remainder of the volume 






INTBODUCTION. V 

on the left-hand page the first reference is to the folio of the 
original of the Exeter Domesday ; the second to the printed 
edition, as above. On the right-hand side the first reference 
is to the page and column of the printed edition of the 
Exchequer Book, {Domesday Booh seu Liber Censtialis 
WiUetmi primus regis Anglice, voL i folio. 1783) ; and the 
second to the Photozincographed edition of the Ordnance 
Survey. (Domesday Book, or the Great Survey of England of 
WiUiam the Conqiieror, A.D. MLXXXVL, Facsimile of the part 
relating to Devonshire, folio 1862.) a and b being the first 
and second columns respectively. 

J. S. B. 

Id March, 189t. 



CONTENTS. 



Imtkodvction . 

Gbld Inqubbt . 

Extension and Translation of Qxld Inqttxst, and Tablbs 
showing the taxable hidaoe of saoh hundbbd 

Antient and Modebn Names of Hundreds 

List of Tenants of Lands in Devonshibb 

Lands, ETa, of the Einq in the Gitt of Exxtee 

Lands of the Einq 

Bishop of Exeter . 

Bishop of Goutances 

Chttboh of Glastonbury 

Church of Tavistock 

Church of Buckfast 

Church of Horton 

Church of Cranbourne 

Church of Battle 

Church of St. Mary du Pr]&, Bourn 

[St Marie de Pratis, Notre Dame de Bonne NbwieUesI 

Church of St. Michael's Mount 

Church of St. Stephen of Caen 

Church of The Holy Trinity at Caen 

Lands of Earl Hugo 

Earl of Mortain 

Baldwin the Sheriff 

judhel de totnes 

William de Moion 

William Chieyre 



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PAGE 


Lands of William dk Faleise . ... 725 


»> 


William de Poilgi 


 • 




. 745 


1) 


William de Ow 


• • 




. 767 


it 


W at.tek de Douai 


•  




. 771 


I 


Walter de Claville . 
Walter 


• • 

• • 




. 803 
. 823 


*t 


GOSCELIN 


. 




. 837 


ii 


Richard Son of Earl Gilbert 


 • 




. 865 


a 


Roger de Busli 


 • 




, 865 


it 


Robert de Albemarle . 


• • 




. 867 


It 


Robert Bastard 


 * 




. 887 


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Riohard Son of Torulf 


. • 




893 


It 


Radut.f de Limesi 


• • 




895 


tt 


Radulf Pagenkl 


• f 




899 


ft 


Radulf de Fblgerbs . 


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. 909 


tt 


Radulf- de Pomeroy 


  




911 


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RuALD Adored 


• * 




. 969 


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Tetbald Son of Berners 


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1001 


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TuRSTiN Son of Rolf . 


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. 1027 


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Alured of Spain 


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. 1029 


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Alured Brito . 


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. 1033 


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Ansger 


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1049 


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AlULF 


• • 




1057 


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Odo Son of Gamelin 


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. 1059 


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OSBERN DE SaLOEID 


• • 




1085 


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The Wife of Hervei de Helion 


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. 1091 


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The Chaplain Girold . 


• 




. 1098 


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GiRARD 


• 1 




1097 


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Godebold 


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1099 


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Nicholas 


• • 




1113 


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Ftjlcher 


• i 




1125 


tt 


Haimeric 


• • 




1131 


tt 


William and others of the King's Tenants . 




1135 


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COLVIN AND OTHER ThEGNS OF THE KiNG . 




1151 


EbKATA BT COKEIGENDA . ... 




1197 


Index of 


X LACES • • • • • 




1199 


Index of 


Persons . . . . . 




1218 


Index of 


Classes and Things 


• • 




1238 



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FROM rax xzxna domibdat book. 



EXTENSION, TRANSLATION, 

Ain> 
TABULAR STATEMENT OF HIDES IN EACH HUNDRED. 



iiti mnt tilt tunHrett qut tabentur tn 

Debene£icCra. 

Hertilandse hundretas. Mertona3 huodretus. MolIandsB 

hnndretus. Toritoii8& 
hundretus. FramintoDae hundretus. Tautyonae hundretus. 

Dippesfordse hundretus. 

n 

Cersuelles hundretus. Taintonae hundretus. Wenfordas 

hundretus. Esseministrae 
hundretus. Clistonae hundretus. Hermentone hundretus. 

Walchentonae hundretus. 
Plintonae hundretus. Gaedelintonae hundretus. Sulfertonae 

hundretus. lifetonaB 
hundretus. Tueruetonae hundretus. Witric hundretus. 

Clauuueton hundretus, et Badentone hundretus. 

e 

Scireuuellae hundretus. BranctonaB hundretus. MoltonaB 

hundretus. 
Chridiatonae hundretus. Hertesberiae hundretus. Budleies 

hundretus. Cullinc 
tonae hundretus. . Axemudes hundretus. Axaministres 

hundretus. Halsbretona hundretus. 

SuietsB Karie 

Otrie hundretus. 

—Exon. R fol. 63. PrinUd Edition, pp. 56, 57. 

Cbe tiollotomg are tbe ^unbrelis belD in 

Debon£(btrr. 

The hundred of Hertiland. The hundred of Merton. The 

hundred of Holland. The hundred of Toriton. 
The hundred of Framinton. The hundred of Tauton. The 

hundred of Dippesford. 
The hundred of Cersuelle. The hundred of Taintone. The 

hundred of Wenford. The hundred of Esseministre. 
The hundred of Cliston. The hundred of Hermenton. The 

hundred of Walchentone. 
The hundred of Plinton. The hundred of Caedelinton. The 

hundred of Sulferton. The hundred of Lifeton. 
The hundred of Tuerueton. Witric hundred. Clauuueton 

hundred, and the hundred of Badenton. 



ZU THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

The hundred of Scireuuelle. The hundred of Brancton. The 

hundred of Molton. 
The hundred of Chridiaton. The hundred of Hertesberi. 

Budleies hundred. The hundred of Cullinton. 
Axmudes hundred. Axaministres hundred. The hundred of 

Halsbreton. 
The hundred of St Mary Otrie. 

ListonsB hundretus. Toritonae hundretus. Hertilanda hundretus. 

Mertonse hundretus. 
Framintonse hundretus. Tauuuetonae hundretus, Crediatonse 

hundretus. Esse 
ministrse hundretus. Clistonae hundretus. Badentone hundretus. 
Brantonae hundretus. Scireuuille hundretus. Sut Moltonse 

hundretus. 
Wenfordse hundretus. Budeleiahundretua Hamioth hundretus. 
Wetrigae hundretus. Tuluertonse hundretus. Otrie hundretus. 

Halbretona 
hundretus. Axeministrce hundretus. Carsuelle hundretus. 

Gulintonae hundretus. 
Alsemudae hundretus. Cadelintonse hundretus. Alerigas 

hundretus. Buebergse hundretus. 
Plintonse hundretus. UippetordsB hundretus. Tainebruge 

hundretua Ofeculum hundretus. 

—Exon. D. fol. 63. PriTUed Edition, p. 57. 

The hundred of Listen. The hundred of Toriton. The 

hundred of Hertiland. The hundred of Mertonu 
The hundred of Framinton. The hundred of Tauuneton. 

The hundred of Crediaton. 
The hundred of Esseministre. The hundred of Cliston. The 

hundred of Badenton. 
The hundred of Branton. The hundred of Scireuuill. The 

hundred of South Molton. 
The hundred of Wenford. The hundred of Budeleia. The 

hundred of Hamioth. 
The hundred of Wetrige. The hundred of Tuluerton. The 

hundred of Otrie. The hundred of Halberton. 
The hundred of Axeministre. The hundred of Carsuelle. 

The hundred of Gulinton. 
The hundred of Alsemuda. The hundred of Cadelintona. 

The hundred of Alerige. The hundred of Bueberga. 
The hundred of Plintona. The hundred of Dippeford* The 

hundred of Tainebruga. The hundred of Ofecolum. 



THE INQUISinO GELDI. XIU 



ieti smt |)unlirett oe IDtmnt&iv. 
€1)t6t are tt)e ^unlireli£( of 3Debon£tt)tre. 

In hondreto ListonaB sunt xx hidse. Inde habet rex iiii 
libras et xv solidos pro xvi hidis dimidia uirga minus de 
gildo suo. De iiii hidis et dimidia uirga remanentibus quam 
gildum non reddiderunt habet rex iii hidas in dominio. £t 
B[alduuinvs] uicecomes uirgam et dimidiam in dominio. £t 
Aluuredus Brito dimidiam uirgam in dominio. £t Rotbertus 
de Albamarula dimidiam uirgam. Pro dimidia hida quam 
tenet Badulfas de Balduino uicecomite non habuit rex hoc 
anno gildum suum. — Exon, D, fol. 65. Printed Edition^ 
p. 59. 

In the Hundred of Listona are twenty hides. Thence the 
king has four pounds fifteen shillings of his geld for sixteen 
hides less half a virgate. Of the four hides and half virgate 
remaining which did not pay geld the king has three hides 
in demesne. And 'R\aldwin'\ the sheriff a virgate and a half 
in demesne. And Alured Brito half a virgate in demesne. 
Sobert de Albemarle half a virgate. For half a hide, which 
Baldulf held of Baldwin the sheriff, the king has not had 
his geld this year. 









h. V. U 


Qeld received fob . 


a . 


• 


15 3 2 


Free of geld — 


h. ▼. 


f. 




1. Held by the King in demesne 


3 







2. Baldwin 


1 


2 




3, Aimed Brito 


. 


2 




4. Bobert de Albemarle 


. 


2 





Geld wot received— 
Balph de Pomeroy held of Baldwin . 2 



3 2 2 



2 



HideB . . . . 20 



In Hertilande hundreto sunt xx hidse. Inde habet rex xlii 
solidos pro vii hidis de gUdo suo. Et rex et barones sui 
habent in dominio alias. Inde habet rex x hidas. Et 



XIV 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 



presbiter quidam i hidam. Et Tetbaldus ill fertinos. Et 
Odo i uirgam. £t Coluinus prepositus dimidiam nirgam. 
Et Ansgotus dimidiam uirgam. Pro dimidia uirga quam 
tenet Odo non habuit rex istum ultimum gildum. Et pro 
dimidia uirga et i fertino quam tenet Tetbaldus non habuit 
rex ultimum gildum. Et pro i hida de qua acceperunt 
Fegundri denarios non habuit rex gildum. — Exon, D. fol. 65, 
p. 69. 

In the Hundred of Hertilande are tw^y hides. Thence 
the king has of his geld forty shillings for^^hides. And the 
king and his barons have the others in demesna Of these 
the king has ten hides. And a certain priest one hide. 
And Tetbald three ferlings. And Odo one virgate. And 
Coluin the bailiff half a virgate. And Ansgot half a virgate. 
For half a virgate which Odo holds the king has not had the 
last geld And for half a virgate and one furlong which 
Tetbald holds the king has not had the last geld. And for 
one hide for which the Fegadri have received their pence the 
king has not had geld. 



h. ▼. t 



Geld received for . 
Free of geld— 

1. The King in demesne 

2. A certain priest . 

3. Tetbald 

4. Odo . 

5. Coluin the bailiff 

6. Ansgot 


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3 

2 
2 


7 

11 
1 




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2 

1 




3 




Geld not received — 

1. Odo . 

2. Tetbald 

3. Fegadri, pence received 


1 





2 
2 





1 


• 


 


Hides 


20 









In hundreto ToritonsB sunt xxxiiii hidse et dimidia. Inde 
habet rex de Gildo suo vii libras et iiii solidos pro xxiiii 
hidis. Et rex et barones sui habent in dominio suo x hidas. 
De his habet rex iii hidas et dimidiam. Et ^\alduuin%t8\ uice- 
comes ii hidas et dimidiam. Et Abbas de Tauistoc dimidiam 
hidam. £t £adulfus de Pomaria i hidam etiuirgam. Et Bobertus 



THE INQUISmO GELDI. 



XV 



vixgua 



de Albamarola i niigam. Et Willelmus de Poileio dimidiam 
nirgam. Et Bualdns dimidiam uirgam. Et luhellus i uirgam. 
Etiex dimidiam hidami[?n]01aritona. Et in Leuua i uirgam. 
Et hundremanni i hidam quam clamant per consuetudinem. 
Et pro una nirga quam tenent clerici de Holecoma non 
habnit rex gildum. — Uxon. D. fol. 65, p. 59. 



In the Hundred of Toritona are thirty-four hides and a 
half. Thence the king has of his geld six pounds and four 
shillings for twenty-four hides. And the king and his barons 
have in their demesne ten hides. Of these the king has three 
hides and a half. And Blaldmn] the sherifif two hides and 
a half. And the Abbot of Tavistock half a hide. And 
Haldulf de Pomeroy one hide and one virgate. And Bobert 
de Albemarle one virgate. And William de Poileio half a 
virgate. And Buald half a virgate. And Judhel one virgate. 
And the king half a hide [in] Oluritona. And in Leuua 
one virgate. And the hundredmen one hide, which they 
claim by custom. And for one virgate, which the clergy of 
Holecoma hold, the king had not geld. 



gsld received fob . 
Free of oeld — 

1. The King 

2. Baldwin 

3. The Abbot of Tavistock 

4. Ealph de Pomeroy 

5. Bobert de Albemarle 

6. William de Poileio 

7. Buald 

8. Jadhel 

9. The King in Oluritona 

10. The King in Leuua 

11. The Hundredmei) 



Qeld not received — 
Held by the priests of Holecoma 

Hides 









h. y. f. 




• 


• 


24 


h. 


V. 


f. 




3 


2 







2 


2 









2 







1 


1 









1 



2 
2 






1 









2 









1 







1 











1 





10 


1 
1 








. 


a 


34 


2 






dTtamftitotia. 

In hundreto Framintonse sunt xx hidse. Inde habet rex 
de gildo sno liiii solidos vi denarios minus pro ix hidis. 
Et lex et barones sui habent viii hidas et uirgam et dimidiam 



XVI 



THE DBVONSHIBE D0ME8DAT — ^EXETER. 



in dominio. De his habet rex vi hidas. Et episcopus Coow 
stantiensis dimidiam hidam. Et Badulphus de Pomaria 
dimidiam hidanu WUlelmus frater eius dimidiam hidam. Et 
Walterius de Clauilla i uiigam. Et Nicholaus i uirgam. £t 
Botbertus de Albamarula dimidiam uiigam. Et Odo filius 
G^melini iii uirgas. Pro i hida quam clamant hundremanni 
ad suam consuetudinem non habuit rex gildum. Et pro i 
hida quam tenent uiUani Odonis fili Oamelini non habuit 
rex gildum. Et pro dimidia uirga quam tenet Anscitillus 
de Willelmo Capra non habuit rex gildum. — Exon. D, foL 
65, p. 59. 



In the Hundred of Framintona are twenty hides. Thence 
the king has of his geld fifty-three shillings and six pence for 
nine hides. And the king and his barons have eight hideB 
and a virgate and a half in demesne. Of these the king has 
six hides. And the Bishop of Coutances half a hida And 
Balph de Pomeroy half a hida William his brother half a 
hide. And Walter de Glaville one virgate. And Nicholas 
one virgate. And Bobert de Albemarle half a virgate. And 
Odo, the son of Gamelin, three virgates. For one hide, which 
the hundredmen claim by custom, the king has not had geld. 
And for one hide which the villeins of Odo, the son of 
Gamelin, hold, the king has not had geld. And for half a 
virgate which Anscitil holds of William Capra the king has 
not had geld. 



qsld becbived for . 
Free of Geld — 

1. The King 

2. Bishop of Coutances 

3. Ealph de Pomeroy 

4. William de Pomeroy 
6. Walter de Claville 

6. Nicholas 

7. Kobert de Albemarle 

8. Odo Fitz Gamelin 



Qeld not received — 
Claimed by the Hundredmen 
Held by Odo Fitz Gamelin's villeins 
Held by Anscitil 

Hides 



Note. — Th6 addition $hows that there is an error in the entry eUUing that 
the demesne land is Sh. 1 v. 2 f., instead o^ 8 h. 8 7. 2 f. 







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THE INQUISITIO GBLDI. . XVU 

In hundreto Mertonse suiit zl et viii hidae. Inde habet 
rex de gildo suo viii libras et xii solidos et dimidium pro 
xxviii hidis et ill uirgis. Et rex et barones sui habent la 

ct dlmkliiiiii fatlniim hidM et oiiipuB et dimidiAm 

dominio xii hidis. Et de his habet rex viiii in dominio. Et 
episcopas Gonstantiensis i uirgam et dimidiam et dimidium 

Et Odo flUni Ounvliiii i uirgam 

fertinum. Et Bualdus iii uirgas et dimidiam. Et Coluinus 
i uirgam. Abbas de Sancto Stephano i uirgam. Et 
Abbas de Bulfestra i uirgam. Et Godeboldus dimidiam 
uii^gam. Et quidam orbus dimidiam uirgam. Et pro 
i bida quam clamant Fegadri per consuetudinem nou 
habuit rex gildum. Et pro i hida quam tenent sacerdotes 
de Niuuetona non habuit rex gildum. Et pro i hida et iii 
uirgis et dimidia de terra Abbatis de Sancto Stephano non 
habuit rex gildum et pro iii uirgis quas tenet Hamelinus 

1 bid* ct 

de Conoite de Moritonio non habuit rex gildum. Et pro 
i uirga quam tenet Botbertus filius luonis de Comite de 
i/Loilitonio] non habuit rex gildum. Et pro dimidia uirga 
quam tenet Botbertus de Bello Monte de B[aMutUno] 
uiceconiite non habuit rex gildum. Et pro iii uirgis quas 
tenet Milo de Ansgero non habuit rex gildum. Et pro i 
uirga quam tenet Bicardus de B[alduuino\ uicecomite non 
habet rex gildum. Et pro i uirga et fertino et dimidio non 
habuit rex gildum quem uadiauerunt Fegadri propter denarios 
quos inde retinuerunt quando gildum congreuarunt. — Uxan. 
D. foL 656, pp. 59, 60. 

In the Hundred of Mertona are forty-eight hides. Thence 
the king has of his geld eight pounds twelve shillings and 
sixpence for twenty-eight hides and three virgates. And the 
king and his barons have in demesne twelve hides and half 
a ferling. And of these the king has nine hides and a 
virgate and a half in demesne. And the Bishop of Coutanccs 
one virgate and a half and half a ferling. And Buald three 
vii^tes and a half. And Odo the son of Gamelin one virgate. 
And Colnin one virgate. The Abbot of St. Stephen one 
viigate. And the Abbot of Buckfast one virgate. And 
Godebold half a virgate. And a certain orphan half a 
virgate. And for one hide which the Fegadri claim by 
custom the king had no geld. And for one hide which the 
priests of Newton hold the king had no geld. And for one 
hide and three virgates and a half of the land of the Abbot 

h 



xvm 



THE. DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXETER. 



of St. Stephen the king had no geld And for three viigates 
which Hamelin holds of the Earl of Mortain the king had no 
geld. And for a hide and a viigate which Bobert the sou of 
Ivon holds of the Earl of Mortain the king had no geld. 
And for half a virgate which Bobert de Bello Monte holdis of 
Baldwin the sheriff the king had no geld. And for three 
virgates which Milo holds of Ansgerus the king had no geld. 
And for one virgate which Bichard holds of Baldwin the 
sheriff the king has no geld. And for one virgate and a 
ferling and a half the king had no geld, which the Fegadri 
pledged on account of the pence, which they retained from 
thence when they collected the geld. 















h. 


V. 


L 


Qbld received for 




• 


• 


28 


3 





Fbeb op Qbld— 


h. 


V. 


f. 




• 




1. 


The King 


9 


1 


2 








2. 


Bishop of Coatances 
Riiald 






1 


H 








3. 






3 


2 








4. 


Odo Fitz Gamelin 






1 











5. 


Colvin 






1 











6. 


Abbot of St. Stephen 






1 











7. 


Abbot of Buckfast 






1 











8. 


Godebold 








2 








9. 


A certain orphan 








2 


11 


3 


H 










^^" 


Qeld not beoeiyed — 












i^B 


1. 


CUimed by the Fegadri by custom . 


1 














2. Held by priests of Newton 


1 














3. 


Tiand of the Abbol of St Stephen . 


1 


3 


2 








4. 


Hamelin held of Earl of Mortain . 




3 











5. 


Robert Fitz Ivon do. 


1 


I 











6. 


Robert de Bello Monte do. 






2 








7. 


Milo, held of Ansger 




3 











8. 


Richard held of Baldwin 




1 











9. 


Pledged by the Fegadri . 




1 


1* 










Hides 


 


• 


• 


7 


1 


H 




48 









ISrantona et Scirettella. 

In Brantonae hundreto et in Scireuellae hundreto sunt 1 
hidsB. Inde habet rex de gildo viii librae et x solidoa pro 
xxviii hidis et tercla parte unius hidae. Et rex et barones sui 
habent in dominio x et ix hidsB et dimidiam uirgam. De his 
habet rex ii hidas et iii uirgas et i fertinum et episcopus 
ConstantienaiB i hidam et i uirgam et dimidiam. Et B[ald- 
uuinus] uicecomes dimidiam hidam et Walscinus dimidiam 



THE INQUiainO OSLDL XIX 

hidam. Et Willelmus Capra iii hidas et dimidiam. Et 
Tetbaldus filias Bemeri ii hidas et iii uirgas. Et Badulfus 
de Pomaria iii uirgas et i fertinum. Et Badulfus de Limiseio 
i hidam et dimidiam uirgam. Et yf[illelmtui] de Falesia i 
hidam et i uirgam. Aluuredus de EQspania dimidiam hidam 
et i fertinum. Willelmus de Poileio dimidiam hidam. Et 
Gotboldus i uirgam. Et presbiteri de Brantona et Moltona 
i hidam et iii fertinos. Et Botbertus de Albamarula i hidam. 

Et ii Angli dimidiam hidam. Et pro i hida quam tenent 
Fegadri per consuetudinem non habuit lex gildum. Et 
Elmerus Anglus pro i hida et dimidia quam tenet de 
Balduino \x[icec(miite] non reddidit gildum. Et pro dimidia 
hida qua tenet Ercenbaldus de comite de Moritonio non 
habuit rex gildum. Et pro i uirga quam tenent uillani 
episcopi de Essecestra non habuit rex gildum. Et pro dimidia 
uiiga quam tenet Drogo de episcopo Gonstantiensi non habuit 
rex gilduHL — £x(m, D. fol. 66, p. 60. 



In the Hundred of Brantona and the Hundred of Scireuella 
are fifty hides. Thence the king has eight pounds and ten 
shillings of his geld for twenty-eight hides and the third part 
of a hide. And the king and his barons have in demesne nine- 
teen hides and half a virgate. Of these the king has two 
hides, and three virgates, and one ferling. And the Bishop of 
Coutances one hide and one virgate and a half. And Baldwin 
the sheriff half a hide. And Walscinus half a hide. And 
William Capra three hides and a half. And Tetbald son 
of Berners two hides and three virgates. And Balph de 
Pomeroy three virgates and one ferling. And Balph de 
Limisei one hide and half a virgate. And William de 
Faleise one hide and one virgate. Alured of Spain half a 
hide and one ferling. William de Poileio half a hide. And 
Grotboldus one virgate. And the priests of Brantona and 
Moltona one hide and three ferlings. And Bobert de Alba- 
marle one hida And two Englishmen half a hide. And for 
one hide which the Fegadri claim by custom the king had no 
geld. And Elmer the Englishman for one hide and a half 
which he holds of Baldwin the sheriff did not render geld. 
And for half a hide which Ercenbaldus holds of the Earl of 
Mortain the king had no geld. And for one virgate which 
the villeins of the Bishop of Exeter hold the king had no 
geld. And for half a virgate which Drogo holds of the Bishop 
of Coutances the king had no geld. 

I 2 



THE DEVONSHIEE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 



h. ▼. t 



GeTjD becbited fob (say without fraction) 


• 


• 


28 





Fbeb of geld — 




h. 


V. 


t 






1. The King 

2. Bishop of Coutancee 




2 
1 


3 
1 


1 
2 






3. Baldwin 






2 









4. Walscin 






2 









5. William Capra 




3 


2 









6. Tetbald 




2 


3 









7. Balph de Pomeroy 






3 


1 






8. Ralph de limeflei 

9. William de Faleise 









2 










1 









10. Alured of Spain . 

11. William de Poileio 






2 


1 










2 









12. Godbold 






1 









13. Priests of Brantona and Moltona 







3 






14. Robert de Albamarle 


• < 














15. Two Englishmen 


• 




2 





18 


2 2 


Geld not bbceived— 














1. Claimed W the Fegadri 

2. Held by Klmer . 


. 


X 












• 


JL 


2 









3. Held by Ercenbald 


• 


• 


2 









4. Held by the villeins of the 


Bishop of FiXeter 


1 









6. Held by Drogo . 


• 


» 




2 


3 
50 


1 2 



Hides 


• 

Koltona* 




• 


• 


Sttt Jl 







In Sut Moltona3 hundreto sunt xxii hidae. Inde habet rex 
de gildo xl et viii solidos et vii denarios pro viii hidis et 
dimidia uirga. Et rex et barones sol habent in dominio ix 
hidas et iii uirgas. De his habet rex v hidas et dimidiam et 
dimidiam uirgam. Et Osbemus Episcopus iii hidas. Et Odo 
filius Gaiiielini dimidiam hidam. Et Comes Hugo dimidiam 
uiigam. Et Godebaldus dimidiam uirgam. Et Vlfus dimidiam 
uirgam. Et Presbiteri de Moltona i uirgam. Et pro i bida 
quam clamant Fegadri per consuetudinem non habuit rex 
gildunu Et pro iii hidis quas tenent homines episcopi 
Essecestrensis non habuit rex gildum. Et pro dimidia uirga 
quam tenet Alnodus de Braio non habuit rex gildum. — £xon. 
R fol. 66, p. 60. 

In the Hundred of Sut Moltona are twenty-two hides. 
Thence the king has forty pounds eight shillings and seven 
pence of his geld for eight hides and half a virgate. And 
the king and his barons have in demesne nine hides and 
three virgates. Of these the king has five hides and a 



THE INQUISITIO GELDI. 



XXI 



half and half a virgate. And Bishop Osbern three hides. 
And Odo the son of Gamelin half a hide. And Earl Hugo 
half a virgate. And Godebald half a virgate. And Vlf haJf 
a virgate. And the priests of Moltona one virgate. And 
for three hides which the men of the Bishop of Exeter 
hold the king had no geld. And for one hide which the 
Fegadri claim by custom the king had no geld. And for 
half a virgate which Alnod de Braio holds the king had 
no geld. 



Geld bbceived for . 
Free op geld — 

1. The King 

2. Bishop Osbern . 

3. Odo Fitz Qamelin 

4. Earl Hugo 

5. Qodbold 

6. Vlf . 

7. Priests of Moltona 



Geld not received — 

1. Claimed by the Fegadri 

2. Held by the Bishop of Exeter's men 

3. Held by Alnod de Brai 

Hides 









h. y. L 




• 


• 


8 2 


h. 


V. 


f. 




6 


2 


2 




3 












2 



2 
2 
2 






1 








10 

3 

2 



9 3 



4 2 



. 22 



In hundreto Chridiatonsd sunt xx hidsB. Inde habet rex de 
gildo iiii libras et iii solidos et iii denarios pro xiii hidis et 
ill uirgis et dimidia. Et barones regis habent in dominio v 
hidas. De his habet Osbemus episcopus iiii hidas et dimi- 
diam. Et Abbas de Bulfestra dimidiam hidam. Et pro 
dimidia nirga quam clamant Fegadri per consuetudinem 
non haboit rex gildam. Et pro i hida quam tenet Domnus 
non habuit rex gildum. — Exan, D, foL 666, p. 60. 



In the Hundred of Chridiatona are twenty hides. Thence 
the king has four pounds and three shillings and three pence 
of his geld for thirteen hides and three virgates and a half. 
And the barons of the king have in demesne five hides. Of 
these Bishop Osbern has four hides and a half. And the 
Abbot of Buckfast half a hida And for half a vii^te 
which the Fegadri claim by custom the king had no geld. 
And for one hide which Domnus held the king had no geld. 



ZXU THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY- 



Qeld received fob 

Free of geld — 

Bishop Osbem 
Abbot of Buckfast 



EXETER. 








h. 


V. f. 


 • 


13 


3 2 


h. V. f. 






4 2 






2 








5 






Geld not beoeived — 

Claimed by the Fegadri . . 2 

Held by DomnuB . . .10 



10 2 



Hides . . . . 20 



STattttentotia. 

In hundreto Tauuentonss sunt xlii hidsB. Inde habet rex 
de gildo suo x libras et v denarios pro xxxiii hidis et i uirga. 
£t rex et barones sui habent in dominio iiii bidas et dimidiam 
et iii fertinos. De his habet rex iii hidas et dimidiam. Et 
. Abbas Tauestocensis dimidiam hidam. £t Uualterus de 
Glauilla dimidiam hidam. Et Abbas de Creneburna dimidiam 
uirgam. Et Ansgerus de Ponte Senardi i fertinum. Et pro 
i hida et i uirga quas tenet Abbatissa Gadomensis non 
habuit rex gildum. Et pro dimidia hida quam tenet Gh>de- 
fridus de Waltero de Glauilla quae relata fiiit regi non 
habuit rex gildum. Et pro dimidia hida qu8B iacet in 
Uuincileia manerio regis non habuit rex gildum. Et pro 
iii uirgis et i fertino quas tenet W[alterus] de Glauilla non 
habuit rex gildum. Et pro i hida de qua Walterus homo 

qaos non Iialralt nx 

W.*^ de Glauilla accepit gildum regis restant xii denarii 
Et pro i hida quam clamant Fegadri per consuetudinem non 
habuit rex gildum. — JExon, D, foL 666, p. 60. 

In the Hundred of Tauuentona \and Winkleigh] are forty- 
two hides. Thence the king has of his geld ten pounds 
and five pence for thirty- three hides and one virgate. 
And the king and his barons have in demesne four hides 
and a half and three ferlings. Of these the king has 
three hides and a half. And the Abbot of Tavistock half 
. a hide. And Walter de Glaville half a hide. And the 
Abbot of Greneburn half a virgate. And Ansger de 
Ponte Senardi one ferling. ' And for one hide and one 
virgate which the Abbess of Gaen holds the king had 
no geld. And for half a hide which Godefrid holds of 









h. V. f. 




• 


• 


33 1 


h. 


V. 


f. 




3 


2 









2 









2 



2 
1 


4 2 3 


1 


1 







2 









2 









3 


1 





THE INQUISinO GELDL XXIU 

Walter de Claville, which was given back to the king, the king 
had no geld. And for half a hide which lies in the king's 
manor of Uuincleia the king had no geld. And for three 
Tirgates and one ferUng which Walter de Claville holds the 
king had not geld. And for one hide, from which Walter 
the man of Walter de Claville received the king's geld 
twelve pence remain, which the king had not. And for one 
hide which the Fegadri claim by custom the king had no 
geld. 

Qbld becbived fob . 
Fbse of geld— 

1. The King 

2. Abbot of Tavistock 

3. Walter de Claville 

4. Abbot of Crenebum 

5. Ansgar de Pont Senard 

Geld kot becetved— 

1. Abbess of Caen . 

2. Qodefiid 

3. Land in Uuincleia • • 

4. Land which Walter de Claville held . 

5. Land which Walter de Claville's man 

received geld in respect of 

6. Claimed by the Fegadn 

Hides 

Note. — 1$ wUl be noticed thai the total does not agree with the figures given 
in the entry. 

In hnndreto Witric sunt xxx hidsd. Inde habet rex de 

pro z dt Iz Udls et ill nlrgU 

gildo sno V libras et x et viii solidos et vi denarios. Et rex 
et barones sni habent in dominio viii hidas et dimidiam. 
De his habet rex iii hidas et iii uirgas. Et episcopus 
Osbemus i hidam. Et B[alduuimui\ uicecomes ii hidas. 
Et Yuillelmus Gapra i hidam. Et Walterus de Clauilla 
dimidiam hidam et iii fertinos. Et Willelmns hostarius i 
fertinnm. Et pro i hida quam tclamant [sic] Fegadri per 
consnetudinem non habuit rex gildum. Et Hunfridus de 
Cartrai pro i nirga et dimidia quam tenet de Drogone non 
reddidit gildnm. Et pro i uirga et dimidia qnam tenet 
Heibodo de Amolfo de Ponteio non habuit rex gildum. — 
JSxon. D, foL 66b, p. 61. 

In the hundred of Witric are thirty hides. Thence the 
king has of his geld five pounds and eight shillings and six- 



1 














1 




















5 





1 




• 


. 




43 









XXIV 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETEE. 



pence for nineteen hides and three virgates. And the king 
and his barons have in demesne eight hides and a half. Of 
these the king has three hides and three virgates. And 
Bishop Osbem one hide and Baldwin the sheriff two hides. 
And William Capra one hide. And Walter de Claville half 
a hide and three ferlings. And William Hostiarius one ferling. 
And for one hide which the Fegadri cledm by custom the 
king had no geld. And Humphrey de Gartrai for one virgate 
and a half which he holds of Drogo did not render geld. 
And for one virgate and a half which Heibodo holds of 
Amulf de Ponteio the king had no geld. 



Geld beceived for . 
Free op Geld— 

1. The King 

2. Bishop Osbem 

3. Baldwin 

4. William Capra . 

5. Walter de Claville 

6. William Hostiarius 



Geld not received — 

1. Claimed by the Fegadri by custom . 

2. Held by Humphrey de Cartrai of Drogo 

3. Held by Heibodo of Amulf de Ponteio 

Hides 





h. y. f. 


. • 


19 3 


h. V. f. 




3 3 




10 




2 




1 




2 3 




1 





8 2 





1 2 
1 2 



1 3 
30 



STttttuertottau 

In hundreto TuuuertonaB sunt xx hidse. Inde habet rex 
de gildo suo liiii solidos pro ix hidis. Et rex et barones sui 
habent in dominicata suo v hidas et i uirgam. De his habet 
rex iii hidas et dimidiam. Et Gotselmus dimidiam hidam. Et 
Walterius de Clauilla dimidiam hidam. Et Odo filius Gamelini 
i uirgam. Et Willelmus Hostiarius i uirgam. Et Haimericus 
de Arcis dimidiam uirgam. Godricus de Galodeleia dimidiam 
uirgam. Et pro i hida quam clamant Fegadri . . . per con- 
suetudinem non habuit rex gildum. Et pro i hida quam 
tenet Sogerius de Busleio non habuit rex gildum. Et pro i 
hida et iii uirgis et dimidia quas tenent Warinus et Eoselinus 
de Badulfo de Pomaria non habuit rex gildum. Et pro i 
hida quam tenet Eicardus de episcopo G non habuit rex 
gildum. Et pro ii fertinis quos tenet Aliuetus de Odone 



THE mQuisrrio geldi. 



XXV 



filio Gamelini non habuit rex gildum. Et pro tribus uirgis 
quae adiacent Halbertonse manerio regis quae reddiderunt 
gildum tempore regis Eduuardi non habuit rex gildum 
sunm. — Exon, D. fol. 67, p. 61. 



In the Hundred of Tuuuertona are twenty hides. Thence 
the king has of his geld fifty-four shillings for nine hides. 
And the king and I:^ barons have in demesne five hides 
and one virgate. Of these the king has three hides and a 
half. And Gotselm half a hide. And Walter de Glaville half 
a hide. And Odo the son of Gamelin one virgate. And 
William Hostiarius one virgate. And Haimeric de Arcis 
half a virgate. Godric de Calodelei half a virgate. And 
for one hide which the Fegadri claim by custom the king 
had no geld. And for one hide which Soger de Buslei 
holds the king had no geld. And for one hide and three 
virgates and a half which Warren and Boselin hold of Ealph 
de Pomeroy the king had no geld. And for one hide which 
Sichard holds of Bishop G the king had no geld. And 
for two ferlings which Aliuet holds of Odo son of Gamelin 
the king had no geld. And for three virgates which 
adjoin Halbertona, a manor of the king's, which rendered 
geld in the time of king Edward, the king had not his 
geld. 



Gkld received fob . 
Free of Geld— 

1. The King 

2. Gosselin 

3. Walter de Claville 

4. Odo Fitz Gamelin 

5. William Hostiarius 

6. Haimeric de Arcis 

7. Godric de Calodelei 



Geld not received — 

1. Claimed by the Fegadri 

2. Roger de Buslei . 

3. Warren and Roselin held of Ralph de 

Pomeroy 

4. Richard held of Bishop G • 

5. Aliuet held of Odo Fitz Gamelin 

6. Land adjoining manor of Halbertona 









h. 


V. £. 




• 


. 


9 





h. 


V. 


£. 






3 


2 
2 
2 

1 
1 







2 
2 


6 


1 


1 








1 












1 


3 


2 






1 



3 



2 








6 3 



Hides 



20 



XXVI THE DfiVOITSHIBE DOMBSDAT — EXETEB. 



Clt0tona* 

In hundreto Clistonse sunt xxvii hidae. Inde habet rex 
de gildo suo iii libras et xii solidos et iiii denarios pro xii 
hidis et i fertino. Et rex et barones sui habent in dominicata 
suo xiiii hidas i fertinum minus. De his habet rex viii hidas 
et dimidia. Et B[aMuuimui\ uicecomes i hidam et i uirgam. 
Et Badulfus de Pomaria i hidam. Et Osbemus de Salceio i 
hidam et dimidiam. Et Fulcherus Archibalistarius dimidiam 
hidam et i ferlinum. Et Aluuredus Brito dimidia hida. 
Et Gotselinus canonicus dimidiam hidam. Et Eduuinus 
dimidiam uirgam. Et pro i hida quam clamant Fegadri se 
debere habere per consuetudinem non habuit rex gildum.— 
JExon. D. folio 67, p. 61. 

In the Hundred of Clistona are twenty-seven hidea Thence 
the king has of his geld three pounds and twelve shillings 
and fourpence for twelve hides and one ferling. And the 
king and his barons have in their demesne fourteen hides less 
one ferling. Of these the king has eight hides and a half. 
And Blaldwin] the sheriff one hide and one virgate. And 
Kalph de Pomeroy one hide. And Osbern de Salceio one 
hide and a half. And Fulcherus the Chief Ballister half a 
hide and one ferling. And Alured Brito half a hide. And 
Gosselin the canon half a hide. And Edwin half a hide. 
And for one hide which the Fegadri claim that they ought 
to have by custom the king had no geld. 











h. 


▼. 


f. 


Qeld rscsivsd fob . 


» • 


. 


• 


12 





1 


Free of geld— 


h. 


V. 


1 








1. The King 

2. Baldwin 

3. Ralph de Pomeroy 

4. Osbern de Salceio 
6. Fulcher 

6. Ahired Brito 

7. Qosselin the canon 

8. Edwin . 


8 
1 
1 
1 

t . 

1 a 
• . 

1 . 


2 

1 

2 
2 
2 
2 







1 



2 


13 


3 


3 


Qeld not bbcbivbd— 








Claimed by the Fegadri 


1 








1 










. . 




• 


Hides 


27 









THE nHQUISmO GELDI. xxvii 



Sulfettono* 

• 

In Sulfertonae hundreto sunt lii hidae. Inde habet rex de 
gildo suo X libras et vi solidos et vi denarios pro xxxiiii bidis 
et uirga et dimidia et i fertino. Et rex et barones sui babent 
in dominicatu suo xiii hidas et dimidiam et lii fertinos. De bis 
habet rex i hidam et iii uirgaa Et Episcopus G i uirgatn. 
£t Episcopus Osbemus iii hidas et iii uirgas. Et Abbas de 
Batallia i hidam. Et Odo filius Gamelini ii hidas. Et 
Aluuredus Brito i uirgatn. Et Badulfus de Pomaria i hidam 
et i uirgam. Et W[illelmu8\ Capra iii uirgas et dimidiam. Et 
Willelmus de Poileio dimidiam hidam. Et Nicholaus Archi- 

Bt Sdanlniu d« Bat«rl«lo 11 fectiiioa. 

balistarius dimidiam i uirgam. Et Willelmus Hostiarius dimi- 
diam hidam. Et Gotuuinus de Cillemetona i uirgam. Et 
Badulfus Paganellus i uirgam. Et Odo filius Edritii iii 

hlda FKR'dri 

uirgas et i fertinum. Et pro i uirga quam clamant se debere 
habere per consuetudinem non habuit rex gildum. Et pro 
dimidia hida quam tenet Badulfus Paganellus non habuit rex 
gildum. Et pro i uirga quam tenet Willelmus de Aire non 
habuit rex gildum. Et pro ii hidis quas tenet Odo filius 
Gamelini non habuit rex gildum. — Exon. D, folios 67 and 
676, p. 61. 

In the Hundred of Sulfertona are fifty-two hides. Thence 
the king has of his geld ten pounds and six shillings and six 
pence for thirty-four hides and a virgate and a half and one 
ferling. And the king and his barons have in their demesne 
thirteen hides and a half and three ferlings. Of these the 
king has one hide and three virgates. And Bishop G 
one virgate. And Bishop Osbern three hides and three 
virgates. And the Abbot of Battle one hide. And Odo the 
son of Gamelin two hides. And Alured Brito one virgate. 
And Ralph de Pomeroy one hide and one virgate. And 
Yililliarnl Capra three virgates and a half. And William de 
Poileio half a hide. And Nicholas the chief ballister \hcdf 
erased] one virgate. And Edwin de Buterleio two ferlings. 
And William Hostiarius half a hide. And Godwin de Cille- 
metona one virgate. And Ralph Paganel one virgate. And Odo 
son of Edrit three virgates and one ferling. And for one hide 
[virgate erased] which the Fegadri claim that they ought to 
have by custom the king had no geld. And for half a hide 
-which Ralph Paganel holds the king had no geld. And for 



XXVUl 



TH£ DEVONSHIBE DOMESDAY— EXETER. 



one virgate which William de Aire holds the king had no 
geld. And for two hides which Odo the son of Gamelin 
holds the king had no geld. 



Geld heceived fob . 

Lands held free of gild bt — 

1. The King 

2. Bishop G 

3. Bishop Osbem . 

4. Abhot of Battle . 
6. Odo Fitz Gamelin 

6. Aluied Brito 

7. Ralph de Pomeroy 

8. WiAiam Gapra . 

9. William de roilldo 

10. Nicholas Archibalistarins 

11. Edwin de Bnterleio 

12. William HostiaiiuB 

13. Godwin de Cillemetona 

14. Ralph Paganel . 

15. Odo Fitz Edrit . 



Lands fob which geld not bxobived— 

1. Claimed by the Fegadri 

2. Ralph Pacanel . 

3. William de Aire . 

4. Odo Fitz Gamelin 



Hides 









h. 


V. 


f. 




• 


• 


34 


1 


3 


h. 


V. 


t 








1 


3 

1 












3 


3 











1 














2 




1 












1 


1 
3 
2 

1 

2 

1 
1 
3 



2 


2 




1 












— 


13 


3 


1 


1 



2 
1 













2 




















3 


3 







• 


• 




62 









In hundreto Hamiohc snnt xxiiii hidse. Inde habet rex 
de gildo suo iiii libras et xiii solidos pro xv hidis et dimidia. 
£t rex et barones sui inde in suo dominio vii hidas et 
uirgam et dimidiam. De his habet rex iii uirgas et dimidiam. 
£t Episcopus Osbernus i hidani. Et Balduuinus uicecomea 
iii hidas. Et Walterus de Glauilla dimidiam hidam et dimi- 
diam uirgam. Et Eadulfus de Pomaria i hidam et i uirgam 
et dimidiam. Et Gotselmus dimidiam hidam. Et pro i hida 
quam clamant Fegadri se debere habere per consuetudinem 
non habuit rex gildum. Et pro dimidia uirga quam tenet 
Oliuerus de Tetbaldo filio Bemerii non habuit rex gildum. — 
JSwwi. D. folio 67J, p. 61. 



THE INQUI6ITI0 GZLDI. 



XXIX 



In the Hundred of Hamiohc are twenty-five hides. Thence 
the king has of his geld four pounds and fourteen shillings 
for fifteen hides and a half. And the king and his barons 
have thence in their demesne seven hides and a virgate and a 
half. Of these the king has three virgates and a half. And 
Bishop Osbern one hida And Baldwin the sheriff three 
hides. And Walter de Claville half a hide and half a 
virgate. And Ealph de Pomeroy one hide and one virgate 
and a half. And Grotselm half a hide. And for one hide 
which the F^adri claim that they ought to have by custom 
king had no geld. And for half a virgate which Oliver 



holds of Tetbald the son of Bemers 


the 


king 


had no 


geld. 






h. y. f. 


Geld bsceivsd fob . 




• • 


15 2 


Lands held fbex of geld bt — 


h. 


V. f. 




1. The King 

2. Bishop Osbern . 

3. Baldwin 

4. Walter de ClaviUe 

5. Ealph de Pomeroy 

6. Gotselm 


1 
3 

1 


3 2 




2 2 

1 2 

2 





Lands fbom which geld not begeivbd — 

1. Claimed by the Fe^^adri 

2. Oliver held under Tetbald Fitz Bemers 

Hides . 



1 






2 


7 

1 
24 


1 





2 

2 



• 


• 





etUtolnm. 

In hundreto Offecolum sunt xiiii hidae. Inde habet rex 
de gildo liiii solidos pro ix hidis. Et Walterns Flaudrensis 
habet in dominio suo v hidas. — JExon. D. folio 676, p. 62. 

In the Hundred of Offecolum are fourteen hides. Thence 
the king has fifty-four shillings of his geld for nine hides. 
And Walter Flandrensis has in his demesne five hides. 



Geld bsoeiyed fob . 
Free of oeld — 
Walter FlandrenaU . 

Hides 



h. V. f. 
9 



h. V. f. 
5 


6 




• . 


14 



XXK THE DEVOJSISHIBE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

SuOeletat 

In hundreto Budeleise sunt Ixxii hidae. Inde habet rex de 
gildo suo xii libras et v solidos et ii denarios pro xl hidis et 
iii uirgis et dimidia. Et rex et barones sui habent in dominio 
suo XX et viii hidas et dimidiam uirgam. De his habet rex xiiii 
hidas. Et Abbas de Sancto Michahele de Monte ii hidaa. Et 
Episcopus de Essecestra ii hidas et dimidiam. Et Episcopus de 
Sancto Laudo dimidiam hidam. Et B[alduuinus] uicecomes i 
hida et i uirgam et dimidiam. Et Gotselmus i hidam. Et 
Walterus de Glauilla i uirgam. Et Comes de Moritonio ii 
hidas et dimidiam. Et Badulfus de Pomaria i hidam. Et uxor 
Herueii dimidiam hidam et dimidiam uiigam. Et Tetbaldus 
dimidiam hidam et dimidiam uirgam. Et Willelmus Portarius 
dimidiam hidam et i uirgam. Et Fulcherus dimidiam uirgam. 
Et Gotwinus i uirgam. Et Domnus dimidiam hidam et 
dimidiam uirgam. Et pro i hida quam clamant Fegadri se 

debere habere per consuetudinem non habeit rex gildum. Et 
pro i hida et dimidia uirga quam tenebat Bicardus de Gomite 
Hugone non habuit rex gildum suum. Et pro iii uirgis et 
dimidia quos tenet Eadulfus de Pomaria non habuit rex 
gildum. — JExon. D, folio 676, p. 62. 



In the Hundred of Budeleia are seventy-two hides. Thence 
the king has of his geld twelve pounds and five shillings and 
twopence for forty hides and three virgates and a half. And 
the king and his barons have in their demesne twenty-eight 
hides and half a virgate. Of these the king has fourteen 
hides. And the Abbot of St. Michael of the Mount two hides. 
And the Bishop of Exeter two hides and a half. And the 
Bishop of St. I^ud half a hide. And ^[aldwiTi] the sheriff 
one hide and one virgate and a half. And Gotselm one hide. 
And Walter de Claville one virgate. And the Earl of Mortain 
two hides and a half. And Balph de Pomeroy one hide. 
And the wife of Hefvey half a hide and half a virgate. And 
Tetbald half a hide and half a virgate. And William Portarius 
half a hide and one virgate. And Fulcher half a virgate. 
And Gotwin one virgate. And Domnus half a hide and half 
a virgate. And for one hide which the Fegadri claim that 
they ought to have by custom the king had no geld. And for 
one hide and half a virgate which Bichard held of Earl Hugo 
the king has not had his geld. And for three virgates and a 
half which Balph de Pomeroy holds the king had no geld. 



THE IKQUISITIO GELDI. 



XXXI 



Geld received for . 

Lands held free of oeld by — 

1. The King 

2. Abbot of St Michaers Mount 

3. Bishop of Exeter 

4. Bishop of St Laud 
6. Baldwin 

6. Goecelin 

7. Walter de Claville 

8. Earl of Mortain . 

9. Kalph de Pomeroy 
10. Wile of Hervei . 
IL Tetbald 

12. William Poitarius 

13. Fulcher 
14 Godwin 
15. DomnuB 



Lands from which oeld not received- 

1. Claimed by the Fegadri 

2. Held by Richard of Hugo . 

3. Held by Ralph de Pomeroy 









b. y. f. 


• 


• 


• 


40 3 2 


h. 


V. 


f. 




. 14 










2 


0. 







2 


2 









2 







1 


1 


2 




1 












1 







2 


2 







1 












2 


2 






2 


2 






3 



2 






1 









2 


2 







— 


28 2 


1 

1 

3 



2 
2 


3 







Hides 



72 



In hundreto Hasbertonse sunt x et viii hidae et dimidia. 
Inde habet rex iii libras et x et viii solidos pro xiii hidis. 
Kt rex et barones sui habent in dominio iiii hidas et dimidia. 
De his habet rex hidam et dimidiam. Et Eogerus de Busleio 
dimidiam hidam. Et Walterus de ClauiUa i hidam et iii 
-airgacL Et Gotselmus dimidiam hidam. Et Maurinus de 
Gadomo i uiigam. Et pro i hida qaam clamant Fegadri 
se debere habere non habuit rex gildum. — Exon, D. folio 68, 
p. 62. 

In the Hundred of Hasbertona are eighteen hides and a 
half. Thence the king has three pounds eighteen shillings for 
thirteen hides. And the king and his barons have in demesne 
four hides and a half. Of these the king has one hide and 
a lial£ And Soger de Buslei half a hide. And Walter de 
Claville one hide and three virgates. And Gotselm half a 
hide. And Maurin de Caen one virgate. And for one hide 
which the Fegadri claim that they ought to have the king 
had no geld. 



XXXU THE DEVONSHIBE DOMESDAY — EXETEK. 



Geld bbgeived fob . 
Free of Qeld — 

1. The King 

2. Roger de Buslei . 

3. Walter de Claville 

4. Qotselm 

5. Maurin de Caen . 













h. 


V. 


f. 


• 


• 


L 


• 

V. 


• 

f. 


13 








• 


• 


1 


2 











« 


• 




2 











• 


• 


1 


3 











• 


• 




2 











• 


• 




1 





4 


2 





• 


• 


1 


















1 

18 



2 






• 


• 




• 


• 



Qeld not received — 
Claimed by the Fegadri 

Hides 



In hundreto Otri sunt xxv hidae. Inde habet rex vi libras 
pro XX hidis. £t Sancta Maria de Botomago i[nde] habet 
V hidas in dominio. — £xon, D. folio 68, p. 62. 

In the Hundred of Otri are twenty -five hides. Thence the 
king has six pounds for twenty hides. And [the Church of] 
St Mary of Bouen has five hides in demesne. 

h. y. f. 
Geld received for . . . . . 20 

Free of geld — h. v. f. 

1. St. Mary of Rouen . .500 



Hides . . . . 25 



9xemitii0tra. 

In hundreto Axeministrae sunt 1 hidae. Inde habet rex de 
gildo suo X libras et vi solidos per xxxiiii hidis et i uirga et 
i fertino. £t rex et barones sui habent in dominio xv hidas 
et dimidiam uirgam. De his ha.bet rex xii hidas in dominio. 
Et Sancta Maria de Botomago i hidam. Et Sancta Maria de 
Glastingeberia ii hidas. Et Sanctus Michahel de Monte Tuba 
ii hidas. Et Comes de Moritonio ii hidas et Blalduuinus] 
uicecomes iii hidas. Et Badulfus de Pomaria ii hidas. Et 
Odo Anglicus dimidiam uirgam. Et pro dimidia hida quam 
tenet Botbertus de Bogero de Corcella non habuit rex gildum. 
Et pro i fertino quern tenet Warinus de Willielmo Capra non 
habuit rex gildum. — JSxon. D, folio 68, p. 62. 



THE INQUISITIO GELDI. 



XXXllI 



Id the Hundred of Axeministra are fifty hides. Thence the 
king has of his geld ten pounds and six shillings for thirty- 
four hides and one virgate and one ferling. And the king 
and his barons have in demesne fifteen hides and half a 
vii]gate. Of these the king has twelve hides in demesne. 
And [tJie church of] St Mary of Bouen one hide. And [ths 
church of] St Mary of Glastonbury eleven hides. And pAe 
Awrch of] St Michael of Mount Tuba two hides. And the 
Earl of Mortain two hides. And B[aMvnn] the sheriff three 
hides. And Ealph de Pomeroy two hides. And Odo the 
Englishman half a virgate. And for half a hide which 
Sobert holds of Roger de Courcelles the king had no geld. 
And for one ferling which Warin holds of William Capra 
the king had no geld. 



Geld beceived fob . 
Free of geld— 

1. The King 

2. St Mary of Rouen 

3w St MaiT of GlastonbuiT . 

4. St. Michael of Mount Tuba 

5. Earl of Mortain . 

6. Baldwin 

7. Ralph de Pomeroy 

8. Odo Anglicanus (Fitz Edrit) 









h. V. f. 


• 


. 


 


34 1 1 


h. 


V. 


f. 




3 










1 










2 










2 










2 










3 










2 






2 





Geld not received — 

1. Held by Robert of Roger de Courcelles 

2. Held by Warin of Wmiam Capra . 

Hides 



15 2 



2 
1 



2 1 



. 60 



CuUntotuu 

In hnndreto Culintonse sunt xxv hidse et iii uirge [sic], Inde 
habet rex de gildo suo iiii libras et viii denarios pro xiii hidis 
et i uirga et iii fertinis. Et rex et barones sui habent in 
dominie viii hidas et iii uirgas et dimidiam. De his habet rex 
vi hidas in dominio. Et Episcopus Osbemus i hidam. Et 
Abbas Hortonensis i uirgam. Et Walterus de ClauiUa i 
uirgam. Et Nicholaus i uirgam. Et Ansgerus dimidiam hidam. 
Et Ima uidua dimidiam hidam et dimidiam uirgam. Et pro i 
hida qnam tenet Beatrix soror Willelmi Caprse non habuit 
rex gildum. Et pro i uirga quam tenet Gosfridus de Badulfo 

c 



XXXIV 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 



non habuit rex gildunL Et pro dimidia hida quaiu [tenet] 
Bogerus de Boerico non habuit rex gildum. Et pro i uirga 
quam tenet Oliuerus de Tetbaldo non habuit rex gildum. Et 
pro dimidia hida quam tenet Maurinus de Cadomo non 
habuit rex gildum. Et pro i hida i fertino minus quam tenet 
Bicardus de Gomite de Moriton non habuit rex gildum. — 
Hxan. D. folio 68&, p. 62. 



In the Hundred of Gulintona are twenty-five hides and 
three virgates. Thence the king has four pounds and eight 
pence of his geld for thirteen hides and one virgate and t]^e 
ferlings. And the king and his barons have in demesne 
eight hides and three virgates and a half. Of these the king 
has six hides in demesne. And Bishop Osbem one hide. 
And the Abbot of Horton one virgate. And Walter de Claville 
one virgate. And Nicholas one virgate. And Ansger half a 
hide. And Ima the widow half a hide and half a virgate. 
And for one hide which Beatrice, the sister of William Capra 
holds, the king had no geld. And for one virgate which 
Gosfrid holds of Balph the king had no geld. And for half 
a hide which Boger holds of Boeric the king had no geld. 
And for one virgate which Oliver holds of Tetbald the king 
had no geld. And for half a hide which Maurin de Caen 
holds the king had no geld. And for one hide less a ferling 
which Bichard holds of the Earl of Mortain the king had 
no geld. 



Geld regeivbd fob . 
Lands held free of geld — 

1. The King 

2. Bishop Osbem 

3. Abbot of Horton 

4. Walter de Claville 

5. Nicolas 

6. Ansger 

7. The widow Ima . 



Lands upon which qsld not received — 

1. Held hj Beatrice, sister of William 

Capra 

2. Held by Gosfrid of Radulf . 

3. Held by Roger of Roeric . 

4. Held by Oliver of Tetbald . 

5. Held by Maurin de Caen . 

6. Held by Richard of the Earl of Mortain 

Hides 



h. 
13 



V. 

1 



f. 
3 



h. 

6 
1 



V. 



1 
1 
1 
2 
2 



f. 







2 



8 3 2 



1 




1 
2 
1 
2 
3 








3 



3 13 
25 3 O 



TUB INQUISITIO GELDI. XXXV 

Id Axemuda hundreto sunt ix hidse et i uirga. Inde babet 
rex XX et i solidos et v denarios pro ill hidis et dimidia et i 
fertino. Et rex et barones sui habent in dominicatu suo iiii 
hidas et dimidiam et iii fertinos. De his habet rex i hidam. 
£t B[alduuimL8] uicecomes iii hidas. Et Goduuinus de 
Cicemetona dimidiam hidam. Et Odo filius Eddritii iii fertinos. 
Et pro i hida quam clamant Fegadri se debere habere per con- 
suetudinem non habet rex gildum suum. — £axm. D, folio 68&, 
p. 63. 

In the Hundred of Axemuda are nine hides and one 
viigate. Thence the king has twenty-one shillings and five- 
pence for three hides and a half and one ferling. And the 
king and his barons have in their demesne four hides and a 
half and three ferliugs. Of these the king has one hide. 
And B[aldunn] the sheriff three hides. And Godwin de 
Cicemetona half a hide. And Odo the son of Edrit three 
ferlings. For one hide which the Fegadri claim that they 
ought to have by custom the king has not his geld. 

h. V. f. 
Geld aEcsivED fob . ..321 

Free op geld — h. v. f. 

1. The King . .10 

2. Baldwin . .300 

3. Gkxlwin de Cicemetona 2 

4. Odo Fitz Edrit ... 3 

Geld not bsceived — 
Claimed by the Fegadri 

Hides 

BaOeittona* 

In hundreto Badentonae sunt xxv hidse. Inde habet rex 
de gildo suo iiii libras et xvi solidos et iiii denarios pro xvi 
hidiiB et i fertino. Et rex et barones sui habent in dominicatu 
suo vii hidas et iii uirgas et dimidiam. De his habet rex in 
dominio iii hidas. Et Walscinus ii hidas et dimidiam. Et 
Episcopus G i hidam et iii fertinos et dimidiant Et 
Waltenis de Clauilla iii uirgas dimidium fertinum minus. Et 
Odo filius Gamelini dimidiam hidam. Et pro iii uirgis et i 
fertino quas retinuerunt Fegadri per consuetudinem secun- 
dum dictnm eorum non habuit rex gildum. — JExon, D, folio 
686. p. 63. 

e 2 



10 


4 2 3 




I 
9 1 


• • 



XXXVl THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

In the Hundred of Badentona are twenty-five hides. Thence 
the king has of his geld four pounds and sixteen shillings 
and fourpence for sixteen hides and one ferling. And the 
king and his barons have in their demesne seven hides and 
three virgates and a half. Of these the king has in demesne 
three hides. And Walscin two hides and a half. And 
Bishop 6 one hide and three ferlings and a half. And 
Walter de Glaville three virgates less half a ferling. And 
Odo son of Gamelin half a hide. And for three virgates 
and one ferling which the Fegadri according to their declara- 
tion retained by custom the king had no geld. 



Geld received for . 

Lands held free of geld bt — 

1. The King 

2. Walflcin (Walter le Douai) . 

3. Oosfrid 

4. Walter de Glaville 
6. Odo Fitz Glamelin 

Lands on which geld not paid — 
Claimed by the Fegadri 

Hides 
NoT£. — Here there is a deficiency of otu ferling. 



SMemmtotra. 

In Esseministrse hundreto sunt 1 hidae. Inde habet rex 
de gildo suo viii libras et iiii solidos pro xxvii hidis et i 
uirga et i fertino. Et rex et barones sui habent in sao 
dominicatu xx et i hidas i fertinum minus. De his habet rex 
in dominio iiii hidas et dimidiam. Et Episcopus Osbernus vii 
hidas. Et Blalduuimcs] uicecomes iii hidas et dimidiam. 
Et Willelmus Capra i hidam et iii uirgas et i fertinum. Et 
Fulcerus dimidiam hidam. Et Emma uidua i hidam et i 
uirgam. Et Abbas Bulfestrensis i uirgam. Et Gotbaldus 
i uirgam. Et Badulfus de Pomaria i hidam. Et Aderet 
Foristarius dimidiam uirgam. Et presbiteri de Exeministra 
dimidiam hidam. Et Saulfus i uirgam. Et pro i hida 
quam clamant Fegadri se debere habere per consuetudinem 
nou habuit rex gildum suum. Et pro dimidia hida quam 
tenet Eduuinus de Radulfo non habuit rex gildum. Et pro 
i uirga quam tenet Kotbertus de Willelmo Capra non habuit 
rex gildum. — £xon. D, folio 69, p. 63. 









fa. 


V. 


t 




 


* 


16 





1 


h. 


V. 


t 








3 














2 


2 











1 





3| 










2 










2 

















7 


3 


3 




3 


1 










3 


1 




• 


• 




24 


3 


1 



THE INQUISITIO GELDL 



XXX VU 



In the Hundred of Esseministra are fifty hides. Thence the 
king has of his geld eight pounds and eight shillings for 
twenty-seven hides and one virgate and one ferling. And 
the king and his barons have in their demesne twenty-one 
hides less a ferling. Of these the king has in demesne four 
hides and a half. And Bishop Osbern seven hides. And 
Blaldwin] the sheriff three hides and a half. And William 
Capra one hide and three virgates and one ferling. And 
Fnlcher half a hide. And Emma the widow one hide and 
one virgate. And the Abbot of Buckfast one virgate. And 
Gotbald one virgate. And Balph de Pomeroy one hide. 
And Aderet Foristarius half a vii^ate. And the priests of 
Exeministra half a hide. And Saulf one virgate. And for 
one hide which the Fegadri claim that they ought to have 
by custom the king had no geld. And for half a hide which 
Edwin holds of Ralph the king had no geld. And for one 
virgate which Robert holds of William Capra the king had 
no geld. 



Geld received for . 



h. y. f. 
27 1 1 



TiANDS HELD FREE OF GELD BT 


— 


h. 


V. 


f. 






1. The King 


4 


2 









2. Bishop Osbern . 




7 












3. Baldwin 




3 


2 









4. William Capra 




1 


3 


1 






5. Fulcher 






2 









6. Widow Emma 




1 


1 









7. Abbot of Buckfast 






1 









8. Qotbold 






1 









9. Ralph de Pomeroy 




1 












10. Aderet Foristarius 








2 






11. Priests of £xeministra 






2 









12. Saulf . 






1 

















20 


3 3 


LaKDS UPON WHICH GELD IB NOT RECEFVI 


2D— 






1. Claimed by the Fegadri 


1 








• 




2. Held by Edwin of lUdulf . 


1 


2 









3. Held by Robert of William Capra 


» 


1 





1 


a ft 


. 




. 


• 


O \I 


Hides 


60 






XXXVlil THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

Saintotta. 

In hundreto Taintonae sunt xxx hidae. Inde habet rex de 
gildo sue c solidos pro xvi hidis et dimidia et dimidia uirga 
et dimidio fertino. Et rex et barones sui habent in dominio 
BUG xii hidas et i uirgam et i fertinuin et dimidium. De his 
habet rex in dominio iiii hidas. Et Osbemus Episcopus ii hidas. 
Et Badulfus Paganelnus i hidam. Et luhellus iii uirgas. Et 
Nicolans i hidam et iii uirgas. Et Gosfridus Episcopus hidam 
et dimidiam. Et Osbemus de Salceio dimidiam hidam. Et 
Abbas Bulfestrensis fertinum et dimidium. Et Gotuuinus i 
uirgam. Et Godeua uxor Bristritii dimidiam hidam. Et pro i 
hida quam [tenet] clamant hundremanni per sua consue- 
tudinem non habuit rex gildum suum. — £xon, D, folio 69, 
p. 63. 

In the Hundred of Taintona are thirty hides. Thence the 
king has of his geld one hundred shillings for sixteen hides 
and a half and half a virgate and half a ferling. And the 
king and his barons have in their demesne twelve hides and 
one virgate and one ferling and a half. Of these the king has 
in demesne four hides. And Bishop Osbern two hides. 
And Balph Paganel one hida And Judhel three virgates. 
Nicholas one hide and three virgates. And Bishop Gosfrid 
one hide and a half And Osbern de Salceio half a hide. 
And the Abbot of Buckfast a ferling and a half. And 
Got win one virgate. And Godeva the wife of Bristric half a 
hide. And for one hide which the hundredmen claim by 
their custom the king had not his geld. 















h. 


V. 


f. 


Geld received for 


• 




• 


• 


16 


2 


n 


Lands held free of geld by— 


* 


h. 


V. 


f. 






^ 


1. The King 


• 


4 














2. Bishop Osbern . 




V 


2 














3. Ralph Paganel . 




• 


1 














4. Judhel 




• 




3 











5. Nicholas 




• 


1 


3 











6. Bishop Gosfrid . 




• 


1 


2 











7. Osbern de Salceio 




• 




2 











8. Abbot of Buckfast 




• 






li 








9. Gotwin 




• 




1 











10. Godeva, wife of Bristric 




• 




2 





















12 


1 


li 


Lands upon which geld is not 


received- 


, 






Claimed by the Hundredmen 


 


1 








1 
30 










Hides 


• 


• 




• 


• 



THE INQUISITIO GELDI. XXXIX 



Catfiebiaia* 

In handreto Carsewilla sunt 1 hidse. Inde habet rex de 
gildo suo ix libras et xii solidos pro xxxii hidis. Et rex et 
barones sui habent xvi hidas in dominio. De his habet rex i 
hidam. Et Osbernas Episcopus vi hidas. Et Badulfus de 
Felceris ii hidas. Et luhellus i hidam. Et Sicardus filius 
Turoldi i hidam. Et Willelmus Hostiarius dimidiam. Et 
Eadulfus de Pomaria i hidam. Et Abbas Tauestocensis i 

o 

hidam. Et Abbas Hortononsis dimidiam hidam. Et Willelmus 
de Falesia i hidam. Et Badulfus Paganellus i hidam. Et 
Godeua i hidam. Et pro i hida quam clamant Fegadri per 
consuetudinem non habuit rex gildum. Et pro i hida quam 
tenuit Hamelinus de Comite Moritonensi non habuit rex 
gildum.— jKcon. D. folio 69&, p. 63. 



In the Hundred of Carsewilla are fifty hides. Thence the 
king has of his geld nine pounds and twelve shillings for 
thirty-two hides. And the king and his barons have sixteen 
hides in demesne. Of these the king has one hide. And 
Bishop Osbern six hides. And Balph de Felceris two hides. 
And Judhel one hide. And fiichaid son of Turold one hide. 
And William Hostiarius half [a hdde]. And Balph de Pomeroy 
one hide. And the Abbot of Tavistock one hide. And the 
Abbot of Horton half a hide. And William de Falesia one 
hide. And Balph Paganel one hide. And Godeva one hide. 
And for one hide which the Fegadri claim by custom the 
king had not geld. And for one hide which Hamelin held of 
!Earl of Mortain the king had no geld. 



xl 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 



QeLD RECEIVED FOB . 

Lands held free of geld bt — 

1. The King 

2. Bishop Osbem 

3. Ralph de Felcerifl 

4. Judnel . 

5. Richard Fitz Turold 

6. William Hostiarius 

7. Ralph de Pomeroy 

8. Abbot of Tavistock 

9. Abbot of Horton 

10. William de Falesia 

11. Ralph Paganel . 

12. Godeva 









h. V. f. 




. 


. 


32 


h. 


V. 


f. 




1 










6 










2 
































2 





























2 






































17 



Lands upon which geld is not received — 

1. Claimed by the Fegadri . .10 

2. HeldbyHamelinortheEarlof Mortain 10 

Hides 



2 
51 



Note. — There is here an error of a hide. 



In hundreto Dippefoidee sunt xxxviiii hidse. Inde habet 
rex de gildo suo vii libras et xii pro xxv hidis et i uirga et i 
fertino. Et rex et baiones sui habent in suo dominicatu 
xi hidas et ill uirgas. De his habet rex ii hidas in dominio. 
Et Willelmus de Falesia iii hidas et i uirgam. Et Abbas 
Bulfestrensis ii hidas. Et Walterus de Glauilla dimidiam 
hida. Et luhellus ii hidas. Et Eicardus filius Turoldi i 
hidam. Et Aluuredus Brito i hidam. Et pro dimidia hida 
et iii fertinis quas retinuer Fegadri per consuetudine sua 
non habuit rex gildum. Et per i hida quam tenet Hugo 
de Valletorta de Comite Moretonensi non habuit rex gildunu 
Et pro i uirga quam tenet Odo de Comite modo [? Moretonensi] 
non habet rex gildum. — Uxon. D, folio 69&, p. 64. 



In the Hundred of Dippeforda are thirty-nine hides. Thence 
the king has of his geld seven pounds and twelve [shUlings] 
for twenty-five hides and one virgate and one ferling. And 
the king and his barons have in their demesne eleven hides 
and three virgates. Of these the king has two hides in 



THE INQUISmO OSLDL 



xU 



demesne. And William de Falesia three hides and one virgate. 
And the Abbot of Backfast two hides. And Walter Claville 
half a hide. And Judhel two hides. And Bichard son of 
ToTold one hida And Alared Brito one hide. And for half 
a hide and three ferlings which the Fegadri retained for their 
custom the king had no geld. And for one hide which Hugo 
de Yalletort holds of the Earl of Mortain the king had no 
geld. And for one virgate which Odo now holds of the earl 
the king has no geld. 











h. V. t 


Geld received fob . 


• 


• 


• 


26 1 1 


Lahdb held free of geld bt — 


h. 


V. 


1 




1. The King 

2. William Falesia . 


2 










3 


1 







3. Abbot of BuckfiELSt 


2 










4. Walter Claville . 




2 







5. Judbel 


2 










e. Richard son of Torold 


1 










7. Alured Brito 


1 











Lahdb upon which geld not begeived — 
1. Claimed by the Fegadri 



Hides 



2 3 



2. Held by HugoofVailetortof Earl Mortain 10 
a Held by Odo of the Earl . . 10 



11 3 



1 3 3 

39 



CaSeKntotta. 

 

In hundreto Cadelintonse sunt xlvi hidse. Inde habet rex 
de gildo Buo c solidos et xii et viii denarios pro x et viii hidis 
et HimiHift. et i uirga et dimidia fertino. Et rex et barones Bui 

habent xxii hidas et iii fertinos et dimidium. De habet rex 
xvi hidas in dominio. Et luhellus iiii hidaB et dimidiam et iii 
fertinos et dimidiam. Et dimidiam hidam habet rex quam 
tennit qoidam orb [?im]. Et Godeua i hidam. Et pro i 
hidam quam tenaent [sie] Fegadri per consuetudinem non 

flUuOeniiiii 

habtiit rex gUdum. Et pro iii hidis quas tenet Botbertus de 
B[alduuifu^ uicecomite non habet rex gildum. Et pro i 
hida quam tenet Oliuerus de Ti[alduuino] uicecomite non 
habet rex gildum. — Bxan. D. folio 695, p. 64. 



e 3 



Xlii THE DSTONSHIBB DOMBSDAT — ^KXETBR. 



In the Hundred of Gadelintone are forty-six hides. Thenoe 
the king has of his geld one hundred and twelve shillings 
and eightpence for eighteen hides and a half and one yiigate 
and half a ferling. And the king and his barons have twenty- 
two hides and three ferlings and a half in demesne Of 
f these] the king has sixteen hides in demesne. And Jndhel 
onr hides and a half and three ferlings and a half. And the 
king has half a hide, which a certain orphan held. And 
Grodeva one hida And for one hide which the Fegadri hold 
by custom the king had no geld. And for three hides which 
Bobert, son of Oervin^ holds of B[aldvnn] the sheriff the 
king has no geld. And for one hide which Oliver holds of 
Baldwin the sherifif the king has no geld. 



Geld beckiybd fob 

Lands held free of geld bt — 

1. The King 

2. Jndhel 

3. The King for an orphan . 

4. Qodeva 



Lands upon which oeld not rbceiybd— 

1. Claimed by the Fegadri . .10 

2. Held by Robert FitzGervin of Baldwin 3 

3. Held by Oliver of Baldwin 10 







h. 


V. t 




• 


. 18 


3 Oi 


b. 


V. 


f. 




16 










4 


2 


^ 






2 







1 














- 22 


3| 



5 



Hides . . . 46 



In hnndredto Plintonae snnt zxv hidse. In [ric] habet rex de 
gQdo suo iii libras et x solidos et viii denarios pro xi hidis et 
iii uirgis. Et rex et barones sni habent in dominio x hidaa 
et iii uirgas et dimidiam. De his habet rex y hidas et <^^|ni<^? ft^^. 
£t Willelmus de Foeleio ii hidas et i uirgam. Et Sancta 

de AlentoDA d« PliBtona 

Maria i hidam. Et Sanctus Petros ii hidas. Et Botbertua 
Bastardas ii fertinos. Et pro i hida quam clamant F^adii 
per consuetndinem non habet rex gUdum suum. Et pro 
dimidia hidse quam tenet Serlo de Gk)deMdo non habet rex 



THE INQUIBITIO GBU)I. 



zliii 



gildum. Et pro dimidia hida quam tenet Adzo de Baginaldo 
non habet rex gildum. Et pro i uixga quam tenet Frotmundus 
de Baginaldo non habet rex gildam. — JSxon. D. folio 70, 
p. 64. 

In the Hundred of Plintona are twenty-five hides. Thence 
the king has of his geld three pounds and ten shillings and 
eightpence for eleven hides and three virgates. And the 
kmg and his barons have in demesne ten hides and three 
virgates and a half. Of these the king has five hides and a 
hal£ And William de Poileio two hides and one virgate. 
And [tJie chv/rch of] St Mary. of Alentona one hide. And 
fthe div/rch of] St. Peter of Plintona two hide& And Bobert 
Bastard two ferlings. And for one hide which the Fegadri 
claim by custom the king has not his geld. And for half a 
hide which Serlo holds of Grodfrid the king has no geld. And 
for half a hide which Adzo holds of Baginald the king has 
no geld. And for one virgate which Frotmund holds of 
Baginald the king has no geld. 



QeLD BICKIVXD FOB . 

Lands held fbxe of geld bt— 

1. The King 

8. WiUiam de Poeleio 

3. Church of St Mary of Alentona 

4. Church of St Peter of Plintona 

5. Robert Bastard . 


h. 

5 
2 

1 
2 


• 

V. 

2 

1 





• 

f. 





2 


h. 
11 

10 

2 


V. 

3 

3 

1 


f. 



Lands upon which gbtiD not becbivbd— 

1. Claimed by the F^ndri 
% Held by Serlo of Godefrid 

3. Held by Adzo of Reginald . 

4, Held by Frotmund of Baginald 


1 



2 
2 
1 















• 


. 


Hides 


24 


3 


2 



NoTB. — There i$ here an error of half a virgaJle. 



Xliv THE DEVONSHIBE DOMBSDAT — EXETER. 



In hundreto Walchentonse sunt xxv hidse. Inde habet rex 
de gildo 8U0 iiii libias et xvi solidos pro xvi hidis. Et rex et 
barones sui habent in dominicatu suo vi hidas et i uirgam et 
iifertinos. De his habet rex in dominio iii uirgas. Etiuhellus 
iii uiigas. Et Botbertus de Alba marula dimidiam hidam. Et 
Willelmus de Poileio i hidam et iii uirgas. Et Botbertus 
Bastardus i uirgam. Et Aluuredus ii hidas et ii fertinos. Et 
Bualdus i uirgam. Et pro i hida quam clamant Fegadri 
se debere habere per consuetudinem non habuit rex gildum-et 
[sic]. Et pro i hida quam tenet Gk)de&idus de XJalle torta non 
habet rex gildum. Et pro i uirga et i fertino l^iuim tenet] 

inlrga 

Frotmundus de Baginaldo non habet rex gildum. Et pro i 
fertino quem tenet Gomes de Moritonensis non habet lex 
gildum.— J^oxm. D. folio 70, p. 64. 



In die Hundred of Walchentona are twenty-five hides. 
From thence the king has of his geld four pounds and sixteen 
shillings for sixteen hides. And the king and his barons 
have in their demesne six hides and one virgate and two 
ferlings. Of these the king has in demesne three virgates. 
And Judhel three virgates. And Bobert de Albamarula half 
a hide. And William de Poileio one hide and three virgate& 
And Bobert Bastard one virgate. And Aluured two hides and 
two ferlings. And Buald one virgate. And for one hide 
which the Fegadri claim that they ought to have by custom 
the king had no geld. And for one hide which Godfrid de 
Valletort holds the king had no geld. And for one virgate 
and one ferling [which] Frotmund [Jiolds] of Baginald the 
king has no geld. And for one virgate and one ferling which 
Earl of Mortain holds the king has no geld. 



THE IKQUISITIO 6ELDL 



xlv 













h. 


V. 


f. 


Geld received fob . 


» 


m 


• 


16 








Lands held free of geld by 

1. The King 

2. Judhel 

3. Robert de Albemarle 

4. William de Poileio 

5. Robert Bastard . 

6. Altired. 

7. Ruald . 




h. 

1 
2 


V. 

3 
3 

2 
3 
1 

1 


f. 





2 



6 


1 


2 


Lands upon which geld not beceiyet 


\ — 






1. Claimed by the Fegadn 

2. GodMd de Valletort 

3. Held by Frotmund of Raginald 

4. Earl of Mortain 


1 
1 

 




1 

1 




1 
1 


2 


2 


Q 




m 


• 


• 


A 


Hides 


25 









flllerfga. 

In hundreto AUerigse sunt xl hidae. Inde habet rex de 
gildo sac vi libras et vii solidos et vi denaiios pro xx et i 
hidis et i uirga. Et rex et barones sui habent in dominicatu 
XV hidas et (Umidiam uirgam. De his habet rex vii hidas in 
dominio. Et Abbas Bulfestrensis hidam et dimidiam. Et 
luhellus i hidam et Aluuredus Brito ii hidas. Et Bualdus i 
hidam. Et Rotbertus Bastard us uirgam et dimidiam. 
Botbertus de Albamarula dimidiam hiHa. Et Saucta Maria 
de Motberia i hidam. Et Sancta Maria de Niuuentona 
dimidiam hidam. Et Algarus i uirgam. Et pro i hida 
quam clamant Fegadri per consuetudinem se debere habere 
non habuit rex gildum. Et pro i hida quam tenet Ricardus 
iilius Turoldi non habet rex gildum. Et pro dimidia hida 
qnam tenet Odo de Baginaldo de Torta ualla non habet 
rex gildum. Et pro dimidia hida quam tenet Turstinus de 
Eaginaldo non habet rex gildum. Et pro i uirga quam 
tenet Letardus de Baginaldo non habet rex gildum. Et 
pro dimidia uirga quam tenet Frotmundus de Baginaldo non 
habet rex gildum. Et pro i uirga quam tenet Aluuredus 
non habet rex gildum. — Exon, D. folio 70, p. 64. 



xlvi 



THE DEVONSHIRE DO&IESDAT — EXETER. 



In the Hundred of Alleriga are forty hides. Thence the 
king has of his geld six pounds and seven shillings and six- 
pence for twenty-one hides and one virgate. And the king 
and his barons have in demesne fifteen hides and half a 
virgate. Of these the king has seven hides in demesne. And 
the Abbot of Buckfast a hide and a hal£ And Judhel one 
hide. And Aluured Brito two hides. And Buald one hide. 
And Bobert Bastard a virgate and a half. Bobert de Alba- 
marula half a hide. And [t?ie chwrch of'\ St Mary of Motberia 
one hide. And [the church of] St Mary of Niuuentona half 
a hide. And Algar one virgata And for one hide which the 
Fegadri claim that they ought to have by custom the king 
has no geld. And for one hide which Bichard son of 
Turold holds the king has no geld. And for half a hide 
which Odo holds of Baginald the king has no geld. And for 
half a hide which Turstin holds of Baginald the king has no 
geld. And for one virgate which Letard holds of Baginald 
de Tortavalla the king has no geld. And for half a vii^ate 
which Frotmund holds of Baginald the king has no geld. 
And for one virgate which Aluredus holds the king no 
geld. 













b. 


V. 


i 


Geld receivbd fob . 


• 


• 


• 


21 


1 





Lands held free of oeld bt — 


h. 


V. 


f. 








1. The King 


7 














2. Abbot of Buckfast 




1 


2 











3. Judhel 




1 














4. A lured Brito 




2 














6. Ruald 




1 














6. Robert Bastard . 






1 


2 








7. Robert de Albamarula 






2 











8. St. Mary of Motberia 




1 














9. St. Mary of Niuuentona 






2 











10. Algar . 






1 



















15 





2 


Lands upon which geld not rkceivei 


) — 






1. Claimed by the Fej^adri 


1 














2. Held by Richard Fitz Turold 


1 














3. Held by Odo of Raginald . 




2 











4. Held by Turstin of Raginald 




2 











6. Held by Letard of Raginald 




1 











6. Held by Frotmund of Raginald 






2 








7. Held by Alured . 




1 





3 

40 


2 



2 



Hides 


• 




• 


. 



THE mOUISlTIO OBLDI. xlvii 



In hundreto Wenfort sunt liiii hidse. Inde habet rex de 
gildo suo vi libras et xv solidos pro xxii hidis et dimidia. 
£t rex et barones sui habent in dominicatu suo xxiiii hidas 

in dominlo 

et dimidiam uirgam. De his habet rex x hidas et i uirgam. 

•tinirga 

Blalduuimts] uicecomes iiii hidas et dimidiam. Et luhellus 
iii uirgas. £t Episcopus 6 iii uirgas et dimidiam. Et 
Willelmus Capra hidam et dimidiam et ii fertinos et dimidium. 
Et Godebaldus dimidiam hidam. Et Badulfus Paganellus i 
hidam. Et Haimericus hidam et dimidiam et ii fertinos et 
dimidium. Et Bogerus Flauus dimidiam hidam. Et Walterus 

£t KogeroB fllins Pagani i hlda de qnAm penoluit gildam snnm in alio hnndxeto lex habet Idem 

gUdam in tbesAuro rao Winioaia 

i uirgam et i fertinum. Et Nicolaus iii uirgas. Et Osbernus 
de Salicto i uirgam. Et Gotuuinus iii uirgas et dimidiam. Et 

Ero i hida quam retinent Fegadri per consuetudinem non 
abet rex gildum. Pro i uirga quam tenet Bogerus de Badulfo 
non habet rex gildum. Et pro dimidia uirga quam tenet 
Hamericus non habet rex gildum. Et pro i fertino quem 
tenet Hubtus de Tetbaldo non habet rex gildum. Et pro 
dimidia hida quam tenet Hunfridus de Episcopo Constan- 
tieDsi non habet rex gildum. Et pro i uirga quam tenet 
Walterus non habet rex gildum. Et pro i uirga quam tenet 
Walterus Pincerna de B[aMuuino] uicecomite non habet 
gildum. Et pro i uirga quam tenet Godefridus de Tortaualle 
non habet rex gildum. Et pro i uirga quam tenet Ricardus 
filius Turaldi non habet gildum. Et pro i uirga quam tenet 
Osbernus de Episcopo G non habet rex gildum. Et 
pro i uirga quam tenet Ouuinus propositus regis non habet 
rex gildum. Et pro i fertino quem tenet Badulfus Paganellus 
non habet rex gildum. Et pro i fertino quem tenet Berardus 
de Episcopo Osberno non habet rex gildum suum. Et de iii 
hidis et i uirga et i fertino de quibus Fegadri dicunt se 

zx solidoa 

recepisse denarios et de liberasse Willielmo Hostio et 
Badulfo de Pomario qui debebant geldum portare ad 
thesaurum regis Wintonise non habet rex gildum. — JSxon, D. 
folio 70&, p. 65. 



xlviii THE DEVONSHIRB DOMESDAY — EXETER. 



In the Hundred of Wenfort are fifty-four hides. Thence 
the king has of his geld six pounds and fifteen shillings for 
twenty-two hides and a half. And the king and his barons 
have in their demesne twenty-four hides and half a virgate. 
Of these the king has ten hides and one virgate in demesne. 
B[aldvnn] the Sheriff four hides [and a half] and one 
virgate. And Judhel three virgates. And Bishop G three 
virgates and a half. And William Gapra one hide and a 
half and two ferlings and a half. And Godebald half a 
hide. And Salph Paganel one hide. And Haimericus one 
hide and a half and two ferlings and a half. And Boger 
Flavus half a hide. And Walter one virgate and one ferling. 
And Eoger son of Pagan one hide, for which he paid his geld 
in another hundred, the king has his geld from thence in his 
exchequer at Winchester. And Nicholas three virgates. And 
Osbem de Salicto one virgate. And Gotwin three virgates 
and a hall And for one hide which the Fegadri retain by 
custom the king has no geld. For one virgate which Boger 
holds of Badulph the king has no geld. And for half a 
.virgate which Haimericus holds the king has no geld. And 
for one ferling which Hubert holds of Tetbald the king has 
no geld. And for half a hide which Humphrey holds of the 
Bishop of Coutances the king has no geld. And for one 
virgate which Walter holds the king has no geld. And for 
one virgate which Walter Pincema holds of B[aldvdn] the 
Sheriff the king has no geld. And for one virgate which 
Godfrid de Tortaualle holds the king has no geld. And for 
one virgate which Eichard son of Turald holds the king has 
no geld. And for one virgate which Osbern holds of Bishop 
G the king has no geld. And for one virgate which Ouuin 
the king's bailiff holds the king has no geld. And for one 
lerling which Ralph Paganel holds the king has no geld. 
And for one ferling which Berardus holds of Bishop Osbem 
the king has not his geld. And from the three hides and one 
virgate and one ferling from which the Fegadri say that they 
received twenty shillings from William Hostio and Eadulf 
de Pomeroy, and set them free from the obligation of carrying 
the geld to the king's exchequer at Winchester, the king has 
no geld. 



THE INQUISITIO GELDI. 



xlix 













h. 


V. f. 


Geld received for . 


• 




• 


• 


22 


2 


Lands held free of geld bt — 




h. 


V. 


f. 






1. The King 




10 


1 









2. Baldwin 




4 


1 









3. Jadhel . 






3 









4. Bishop of Coutances 






3 


2 






5. William Capra . 




1 


2 


2* 






6. Godbold 






2 









7. Ralph Paganel . 




1 












8. Haimeric 




1 


2 


2i 






9. Roger Flavus 
10. Walter 






2 













1 


1 






1 1 . Roger Fitz Pagan (paid in another hundred) 1 












12. Nicholas 


• 




3 









13. Osbem de Salicto 


• 




1 









14. Godwin 


• 




3 


2 


94 


1 2 


Lands upon which geld not received — 








Jh'x 


1. Claimed by the Fegadri 


• 


1 












2. Held by Ro^er of Ralph . 


• 




1 









3. Held by Haimeric 


 






2 






4. Held by Herbert of Tetbald 


• 






1 






5. Held by Humfrid of the Bishop of Coutances 


2 









6. Held by Walter . 


• 




1 









7. Held by Walter Pincema of Baldwin 




1 









8. Held by Godefrid de Tortaualle 






1 









9. Held by Richard Fitz Turold 






1 









10. Held by Osbem of the Bishop 






1 









11. Held by Ouuin . 






1 









12. Held by Ralph Paganal . 








1 






13. Held by Berard of Bishop Osbem 








1 






14. Retain^ by the F^adri . 


• 


3 


1 


1 


6 


3 2 






• 


* 


Hides 


53 


3 



Note. — TJie total here is less than the nimber of hides given in the &ntry. 



Summas hidanim mille et xxvi hidae et i uirgata. 
Total of hidage, 1026 hides and one virgate. 



Note. — TTie actual total according to the figures given is 1029h. ly. 3f. 



EXCHEQUES D0HE80AT. 



HIC ANNOTANTUR TENENTES TERRAS 

IN DEVENESCIRE. 



i Rex Willelmvs. 


xxyii 


ii Episcopus de Execestre. 




iii Episcopus Constantiensis. 


xxyiii 


iiii Ecclesia Glastingberia 


xxix 


y Ecclesia de Taaestoch. 


XXX 


yi Ecclesia de Bucfesth. 


xxxi 


yii Ecclesia de Hortnne. 


xxxii 


yiii Ecclesia de Crenebume. 


xxxiii 


ix Ecclesia de Lal)atailge. 


xxxiiii 


X Ecclesia de Kotomago S. 


xxxy 


Marise. 


xxxyi 


xi Ecclesia de Monte S. Mi- 


xxxyii 


chaelifl. 


xxxviii 


xii Ecclesia S. Stefani de 


xxxix 


Cadom. 


xl 


xiii Ecclesia S. Trinitatis de 


xli 


Cadom. 


xlii 


xiiii Comes Hugo. 


xliii 


xy Comes Moritoiiiensis. 


xliy 


xyi Balduinus uicecomes. 


xlv 


xyii ludhel de Toienais. 


xlvi 


xyiii WiUelmus de MoioiL 


xlvii 


xix Willelmus Chieure. 


xlviii 


XX Willelmus de EaleiBe. 


xlix 


xxi WiUelmus de Poilgi. 


1 


xxii Willelmus de Ow. 


H 


xxiii Walterius de Douuai. 


Iii 


xxiiii Walterius de Clauile. 




xxy Walterius. 


Hii 


xxyi Groecelmus. 





Eicardusfilius Gisleberti 

comitis. 
Rogerius de BuslL 
Eoberiius de Albemarle. 
Eobertus Bastard. 
Eicardus filius Torulf. 
Eadulfus de limesL 
Kadulfus PageneL 
Radulfus de Felgberes. 
Radulf us de PomereL 
Euald Adobed. 
TetbaldusfiliusBemerii. 
Turstinus filius Eolf . 
Aluredus de Ispania. 
Aluredus Brito. 
Ansgerus. 
Aiulfus. 

Odo filius Cramelin. 
Osbemus de Salceid. 
Vxor Heruei de Helion. 
Giroldus capellanus. 
Girardus. 
Godeboldus. 
Nicolaus. 
Fulcberus. 
Haimericua 
Willelmus et alii serui- 

entes regis. 
Coluin et alii taini regis. 



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2 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETEB. 

In ciuitate Essecestrae habet rex ccc domos xv minus qusa 
reddunt consaetudinem. Haec reddit xviii libras per annum. 
De his habet Balduinus uicecomes vi libras ad pensum et ad 
arsuram, et Coluinus habet inde xii libras in ministeriis 
reginse Eddidse ad numerum. Hsec ciuitas non reddidit 
gildum tempore regis Eduuardi nisi quando Lundonia reddebat 
et Eburacum et Wintonia, et hoc erat dimidia marca argenti 
ad solidarios. Et quando expeditio ibat per terram aut per 
mare seruiebat ista ciuitas quantum v hidse terrse, et Toteneis 
et lideforda et Bamestabla seruiebant quantum et praedicta 
ciuitas. In hac uero sunt xlviii domus uastatse postquam 
Willelmus rex habuit Angliam. Et supradicti buigenses 
habent terram xii carrucarum extra ciuitatem, quae non reddit 
ullam consuetudinem nisi ad ipsam ciuitatem. — £x(m. D. 
(foL 88), ed. 1816, p. 80. 

In the city of Exeter the king has two hundred and eighty-five 
houses which render custom. This [city] renders eighteen pounds 
a year. Of these Baldwin the sheriff has six pounds by weight 
and assay, and Colvin has of them twelve pounds by tale for 
the service of queen Eadgyth. This city did not render geld in the 
time of king Edward except when London rendered, and York 
and Winchester, and this was half a mark of silver for the men- 
. at-arms. And when an expedition went by land or by sea, this 
city did service to the same amount as five hides of land, and 
Totnes and Lidford and Barnstaple did service to the same amount 
as the said city. In this [city] forty-eight houses have been laid 
waste since king William has had England. And the aboye- 
mentioned burgesses have without the city land \to the extent] of 
twelve ploughs, which does not render any custom except to the 
city itself. 

Bex habet i burgum qui uocatur Barnestapla quem tenuit 
Eduuardus rex ea die qua ipse fuit uiuus et mortuus. 
Ibi habet rex xl burgenses intra buigum, et foras ix, et isti 
reddunt xl solidos ad pensum regi, et xx solidos numero 
episcopo CoDstantiensi. Et ibi sunt xxiii domus uastatas 
postquam Willelmus rex habuit Angliam. — Exon, D. (foL 876), 
ed. 1816, p. 80. 

The king has a borough called Barnestapla, which king EdwarcL 
held on the day on which he was aUve and dead. There the king^ 
has forty burgesses within the borough, and nine without^ and 



THE OEVONSHIRB OOMRSDAT— EXCHEQUER. 3 

OxoniA. 

In civitate Exonia habet rex ccc domus xv minus red- 
dentes consuetudinem. Hec reddit xviii libras per annum. 
De his habet Balduinus uicecomes vi libras ad pensum et 
arsuram, et Coluinus xii libras ad numerum in ministeriis 
Eddid reginae. In hac ciuitate sunt uastatae xlviii domus 
postquam rex uenit in Angliam. Haec ciuitas tempore regis 
Eduuardi non geldabat nisi quando Londonia et Eboracum 
et Wintonia geldabant, et hoc erat dimidia marka argenti ad 
opus militum. Quando expeditio ibat per terram aut per 
mare, seruiebat haec ciuitas quantum v hidae terrae. Barne- 
stapla uero et Lideford et Totenais seruiebant quantum ipsa 
ciuitas. Burgenses Exoniae urbis habent extra ciuitatem 
terram xii carucis quae nullam consuetudinem reddit nisi 
ad ipsam ciuitatem. — Exc/i. D, ed. 1783, fo. 100 (i); 1862, \a. 

In the city of Exeter the king has two hundred and eighty-five 
houses rendering custom. This \city\ renders eighteen pounds 
a year. Of these Baldwin the sheriff has six pounds by weight 
and assay, and Colvin twelve pounds by tale for the service of 
queen Eadgyth. In this city forty-eight houses have been laid 
waste since the king came into England. This city in the time 
of king Edward did not pay geld except when London and York 
and Winchester paid, and this was half a mark of silver for the 
use of the men-at-arms. When an expedition went by land or by 
sea, this city did service to the same amount as five hides of land. 
Barnstaple and Lidford and Totnes did service to the same amount 
as this city. The burgesses of the city of Exeter have outside the 
city land for twelve ploughs which renders no custom except to 
the city itselL 

Cerra IRegtjf, 

Rex habet burgum Barnestaple. Rex Eduuardus habuit 
in dominio. Ibi sunt intra burgum xl. burgenses, et ix 
sunt extra burgum. Inter omnes reddunt regi xl solidos 
ad pensum, et episcopo Constantiensi xx solidos ad 
numerum. Ibi sunt xxiii domus uastatae postquam rex 
uenit in Angliam. — Exch. D, ed. 1783, fo. 100 (2); 1862, ib, 

fittngg Demesne Lantid* 

The king has a borough Bamestaple. King Edward had 
it in demesne. There are forty burgesses within the borough, and 
nine without the borough. Among them all they render to the king 

B 2 



4 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

these render forty shillings hj weight to the king, and twenty 
shillings by tale to the bishop of Coutances. Twenty-three houses 
have been laid waste there since king William has had England. 



IfOeforDau 

£ex habet i bargnm qui uocatur Lideforda quern tenuit 
Eduuardus rex ea die qua ipse fuit uiuus et mortuus. 
Ibi habet rex xxviii burgenses infm burgum, et foras xli, 
et isti reddunt per annum iii libras ad pensum regi. £t ibi 
sunt xl domus uastatse postquam Willelmus rex habuit 
Angliam. Et supradicti burgenses habent terrain ad ii carrucas 
foras ciuitatem. Et si expeditio uadit per terram uel per 
mare reddit tantum de fteruitio quantum Totenais reddit uel 
Bamestapla.— ^x(m. D. (87 b) 80. 

The king has a borough called Lideforda, which king Edward 
held on the day on which he was alive and dead. There the 
king has twenty-eight burgesses within the borough, and forty-one 
without) and these render yearly three pounds by weight to the 
king; and forty houses have been laid waste there since king 
William has had England; and the above-mentioned burgesses 
have land for two ploughs outside the city. And if an expedition 
goes by land or by sea, it [the borough] renders as much service as 
Totnes or Barnstaple renders. 

^Tatitietona. 

Sex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Tauuetona quse 
reddidit gildum pro dimidia uirga tempore regis Eduuardi. 
Hanc possunt arare xxx carrucse. Ibi habet rex iii carrucatas 
terrsB et iii carrucas in dominio, et uillani habent xxvii car- 
rucas. Ibi habet rex xxx et i uillanum et xxviii bordarios 
et iii seruos et x animalia et Ixxxx ones et xl agros nemoris 
et xxx agros nemusculi et xl prati et v agros pascuse, et 
reddit per annum xv libras ad pensum. — Exon. D. (83) 75. 

The king has a manor called Tauuetona^ which rendered geld for 
half a virgate in the time of king Edward. This can be ploughed by 
thirty ploughs. There the king has three carrucates of land and three 
ploughs in demesne, and the villeins have twenty-seven ploughs. 
There the king has thirty-one villeins and twenty-eight bordars, and 
three serfs, aud ten head of cattle, and ninety sheep, and forty acres 
of wood, and thirty acres of coppice, and forty of meadow, and five 
acres of pasture. And it renders fifteen pounds a year by weight. 



THE DSV0N3HIRB DOMESDAY — ^EXCHEQUER. 5 

forty shillings by weight, and to the Bishop of Coutances twenty 
shillings by tale. Twenty-three houses have been laid waste 
there since the king came into England. 



Rex habet burgum Lideforde. Rex Eduuardus tenuit in 
dominio. Ibl sunt xxviii burgenses intra burgum et xli 
extra. Inter omnes reddunt regi Ix solidos ad pensum, et 
habent ii carucatas terrae extra burgum. Ibi sunt xl. domus 
uastae postquam rex uenit in Angliam. Quod si expeditio 
uadit uel per terram uel per mare tantum seruitii reddit 
quantum Bamestaple uel Totenais. — Exch, D. lOO (2); ib. 



The king has a borough Lideforde. King Edward held it in 
demesne. There are twenty-eight burgesses within the borough, 
and forty-one without Among them all they render to the king 
sixty shillings by weight, and they have two carucates of land 
without the borough. There are forty houses lying waste there 
since the king came into England. If an expedition goes by land 
or by sea it [the borough'] renders as much service as Barnstaple 
or Totnes. 



Rex tenet Tavvetone. Tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat 
pro dimidia virgata terrae. Terra est xxx carucis. In 
dominio sunt iii carucae et iii serui et xxxi uillanus et 
xxviii bordarii cum xxvii carucis. Ibi xl acrae prati et v 
acrae pasturae et xl acrae siluae et xxx acrae siluae minutae. 
Reddit xv libras ad pensum. — Exch. Z>. 100 (2); ib. 



The king holds Tavvetone. In the time of king Edward it paid 
geld for half a virgate of land. There is land for thirty ploughs. In 
demesne are three ploughs and three serfs, and thirty-one villeins, 
and twenty-eight bordars, with twenty-seven ploughs. There are 
forty acres of meadow, and five acres of pasture, and forty acres 
of wood and thirty acres of coppice. It renders fifteen pounds 
by weight 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXETER, 



Bex habet i mansionem quae uocatur j^xeministra quam 
tenebat rex Eduuardus ea die qua ipse fuit uiuus et mortuus 
et defendit se pro i bida. Hanc possunt arare xx carrucdB. 
Inde babet rex in dominio i uirgam terras i ferdinum minus 
et ii carrucas, et uillani dimidiam bidam et xvi carrucas. Ibi 
babet rex xviii uillanos et vii bordarios et vi seruos et xii 
quotarios et iiii animalia et cxx ones et i piscatoriam quae 
reddit per annum xx solidos, et i leugam nemoris in longitu- 
dine et latitudine, et xviii agros prati, et iii leugas et dimidiam 
pascuae in longitudine et latitudine, et xii quadragenarias 
nemusculi in longitudine et vi quadragenarias in latitudine, et 
reddit per annum viii libras et tantundem quando Balduinus 
recepit. 

De supradicta mansione babet Willelmus de Ou dimidiam 
uirgam, quae iacebat buic praedictae mansioni die qua rex 
Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus. De eadem mansione 
babent monacbi de Batailla i ferdinum quem Eccba praepositus 
accommodauit cuidam presbitero tempore regis Eduuardi 
Hunc potest arare dimidia carruca. — Exon, D. (83) 75. 

The king has a manor called iExeministra, which king Edward 
held on the day on which he himself was alive and dead, and it was 
answerable for one hide. This can be ploughed by twenty ploughs. 
Of it the king has in demesne one viigate of land less one ferling, 
and two ploughs, and the villeins have half a hide and sixteen 
ploughs. There the king has eighteen villeins, and seven bordara, 
and six serfs, and twelve cotars, and four head of cattle, and a 
hundred and twenty sheep, and a fishery which renders yearly- 
twenty shillings, and wood one leuga in length and breadth, and 
eighteen acres of meadow, and pasture three leugas and a half in 
length and breadth, and coppice twelve furlongs in length and six 
furlongs in breadth ; and it renders annually eight pounds, just aa 
much as when Baldwin received it. 

Of the above-named manor William de Ou has half a virgate^ 
which was annexed to this forenamed manor on the day on which 
king Edward was alive and dead. Of the same manor the monks 
of Batailla have ona. feiling, which Eccha the reeve permitted a 
certain priest to hold in the time of king Edward. This can be 
ploughed by half a plough. 

iSrantotta* 

Eex babet i mansionem quae uocatur Brantona quam ipse 
rex Eduuardus tenuit ea die qua ipse fuit uiuus et mortuus 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 7 

Ajcnnftttttre. 

Rex tenet Axeminstre. Tempore regis Eduuardi defen- 
debat se pro una hida. Terra est xx carucis. In dominio 
sunt ii carucae et vi serui et xviii uillani et vii bordarii cum 
xvi carucis. Ibi piscaria reddens xx solidos, et xviii acrae 
prati. Pastura iii leucae et dimidia in longitudine et latitu- 
dine. Silua minuta xii quarentenae longa et vi quarentenae 
lata. Reddit viii libras. 

De terra huius manerii tenet Willelmus de Ow dimidiam 
virgatam terrae quae ibi pertinebat tempore regis Eduuardi, 
et Eccha praepositus accomodauit cuidam presbytero unum 
ferlingum terrae tempore regis Eduuardi. Modo tenent 
monachi de Labatailge. — Exch. D, lOO (2) ; i b. 



The king holds Axeminstre. In the time of king Edward it 
was answerable for one hide. There is land for twenty ploughs. 
In demesne are two ploughs and six serfs and eighteen villeins, 
and seven bordars with sixteen ploughs. There is a fishery render- 
ing twenty shillings, and there are eighteen acres of meadow, pasture 
three leugas and a half in length and breadth, and coppice twelve 
furlongs long and six furlongs broad. It renders eight pounds. 

Of the land of this manor William de Ow holds half a virgate 
of land which belonged thereto in the time of king Edward, and 
Eccha the reeve permitted a certain priest to hold one ferling of 
land in the time of king Edward. Now the monks of Labatailge 
hold it 



ISrantone. 

Rex tenet Brantone. Tempore r^is Eduuardi defen- 
debat se pro una hida. Terra est xl. carucis. In dominio 



8 THE DEVONSHIBE OOMESDAT — ^EXETER. 

et defendit se pro i hida. Hanc possunt arare xl carmcse. 
Inde habet rex i carmcatam terrse et i camicam, et uillani 
habent xxx carrucas. Ibi habet rex xl uillanos et xxx 
bordarios et iiii seruos et c oues et xl agros nemusculi et ii 
agroa prati et xl agros pascase^ et reddit per annum xvi libras 
ad pensum, et quando Baldainus uicecomes recepit banc qui 
tenet earn ad finnam de rege reddebat tantundem. 

Huic mansioni addita est i uirgata terrae quae pertinuit ad 
Filileiam mansionem Balduini uicecomitis ea die qua rex 
Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus, et ualet per annum xx 
solidos. 

£t de eadem Bractona ablata est i uiiga quae iacebat ibi 
ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus et modo 
tenet eam Botbertus de Pontecardonis et reddebat ad firmam 
in manerio regis xx solidos. — Exon. D. (835) 76. 

The king has a manor called Brantona, which king Edward 
himself held on the day on which he himself was alive and dead, 
and it was answerable for one hide. This can be ploughed by forty 
ploughs. Of it the king has one carucate of land and one plough, 
and the villeins have thirty plough& There the king has forty 
villeins and thirty bordars and four serfs, and a hundred sheep, 
and forty acres of coppice, and two acres of meadow, and forty 
acres of pasture, and it returns yearly sixteen pounds by weight ; 
and when Baldwin the sheriff, who holds it as part of the king's 
ferm, received it, it returned just as much. 

To this manor has been added a virgate of land which belonged 
to Filileia, a manor of Baldwin the sheriff, on the day on which 
king Edward was alive and dead, and it is worth twenty shillings 
a year. And from the same Bractona has been taken away one 
viigate, which was attached thereto on the day on which king 
Edward was alive and dead, and now Robert de Pontchaidon holds 
it ; and it rendered to the king's ferm in the manor twenty shillings. 

Silt Utoltona* 

Bex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Sut Moltona quam 
tenuit rex Eduuardus ea die qua ipse fuit uiuus et mortuus. 
In ea mansione est i uirgata et dimidia terrae. Hanc possunt 
arare xl carrucaE;. Ibi habet rex i carrucam, et uillani 
habent xx carrucas. Ibi rex xii uillanos et iiii bordarios et 
ii seruos et xii porcarios et ix animalia et i leugam nemoris in 
longitudine et iii quadragenarias in latitudine et x agros piati 
et xxx agros pascuae, et reddit per annum x libras ad pensum. 

Huic mansioni addita est dimidia uirgata terrae et uocatur 
Eingedona et ualet per annum v solidos. — Exon. D. (83 6) 76. 



THE DBYONSHIBB DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 9 

est i caruca et iiii semi et xl uillani et xxx bordarii cum 
XXX carucis. Ibi ii acne prati et xl acrae pasturae et xl 
acrae siluae minutae. Reddit xvi libras ad pensum. 

De hoc manerio est ablata una virgata terrae quae redde- 
bat in firma regis xx solidos. Robertus de Pontcardon 
tenet. 

Huic manerio addita est una virgata terrae quae per- 
tinebat tempore regis Eduuardi ad Filelie manerium 
Balduini uicecomitis et ualet xx solidos. — Exch. D. lOO 
(2); lb. 



The king holds Brantone. In the time of King Edward it 
was answerable for one hide. There is land for forty ploughs. In 
demesne are one plough, and four serfs, and forty villeins, and thirty 
bordars, with thirty ploughs. There are two acres of meadow, and 
forty acres of pasture, and forty acres of coppice. It renders 
sixteen pounds by weight. 

From this manor has been taken away one virgate of land 
which rendered to the king's ferm twenty shillings. Robert de 
Pontchardon holds it 

To this manor has been added one virgate of land which 
belonged in the time of king Edward to Filelie, a manor of 
Baldwin the sheriff, and it is worth twenty shDlings. 



SbD UtoUone. 

Rex tenet Svdmoltone. Ibi est una virgata terrae et 
dimidia. Terra est xl carucis. In dominio est i caruca et 
ii serui et xii uillani et iiii bordarii cum xx carucis. Ibi 
x acrae prati et xxx acrae pasturae. Silua i leuca longa et 
iii quarentenae lata. Reddit x libras ad pensum. 

Huic manerio addita est dimidia virgata terrae et uocatur 
Ringedone. Valet v. solidos. — Exch, D, lOO (2); ib. 



10 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT — ^EXETEB. 

The king has a manor called Sut Moltona, which king Edward 
held on the day on which he himself was alive and dead. In 
this manor are one virgate and a half of land. This can be ploughed 
by forty ploagh& There the king has one plough, and the villeins 
have twenty ploughs. There the king has twelve villeins, and four 
bordars, and two serfs, and twelve swineherds, and nine head of 
cattle, and wood one leuga in length and three furlongs in breadth, 
and ten acres of meadow, and thirty acres of pasture; and it 
renders yearly ten pounds by weight 

To this manor has been added half a virgate of land, called 
Eingedona, and it is worth five shillings a year. 

Sttlftetotuu 

Bex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Sulfretona quam tenuit 
rex Eduuardus ea die qua ipse fuit uiuus et mortuus. In ea 
mansione et nescitur quot hidse ibi sint quia nunquam reddidit 
gildum. Hanc possunt arare xli carrucse cum omnibus quse 
ibi pertinent. Ibi habet rex in dominio iii carrucas, et uillani 
xxxiii carrucas. In ea habet rex xlv uillanos et xxxi bordarios 
et XV seruos et xx oues et iii molendinos qui reddunt xx 
solidos per annum et iiii agros nemoris et 1 prati et cc agros 
pascuse. Et ualet per annum xl libras ad pondus et cunsuram. — 
£x(m. R (84) 76. 

The king has a manor called Sulfretona, which king Edward 
held on the day in which he himself was alive and dead. In this 
manor it is not known how many hides there are because it has 
never rendered geld. This can be ploughed by forty-one ploughs^ 
with all thereto pertaining. There the king has in demesne three 
ploughs, and the villeins have thirty-three ploughs. On it the king 
has forty-five villeins, and thirty-one bordars, and fifteen serfs, and 
twenty sheep, and three mills which render twenty shillings a year, 
and four acres of wood, and fifty of meadow, and two hundred 
acres of pasture. And it is worth forty pounds yearly by weight 
and assay. 

Hex habet i mansionem quse uocatur Hamihoc quam tenuit 
Eduuardus rex ea die qua ipse fuit uiuus et mortuus et reddi- 
dit gildum pro i uiiga. Hanc possunt arare xii carrucse. Ibi 
habet rex i carrucam in dominio et villani ix carrucas. Ibi 
habet xii villanos et xii bordarios et vii seruos et ii animalia 
et xl oues et viii quadragenarias nemoris et xvi agros pratiL 
et ii leugas pascuse in longitudine et i leugam et dimidiam in 
latitudine. Hsec reddit vi libras ad pensum, et quando Bald- 
uinus recepit reddebat tantundem. — Exon. D. (84) 76. 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 11 

The king holds Sudmoltone. One viigate of land and a half are 
there. There is land for forty ploughs. In demesne are one 
plough, and two serfs, and twelve villeins, and four bordars with 
twenty ploughs. There are ten acres of meadow, and thirty acres of 
pasture. Wood one leuga long and six furlongs broad. It renders 
ten pounds by weight 

To this manor has been added half a virgate of land, and it is 
called Ringedone. It is woith five shillings. 



Sblfretotte. 

Rex tenet Svlfretone. Nescitur quot hidae sint ibi quia 
nunquam geldabat. Terra est xli carucis cum omnibus 
ibi pertinentibus. In dominio sunt iii carucae et xv serui 
et xlv uillani et xxxi bordarii cum xxxiii carucis. Ibi iii 
molini reddentes xx solidos. Et 1 acrae prati et cc acrae 
pasturae et iiii acrae siluae. Reddit xl libras ad pondus et 
arsuram. — Exch, D. loo (2) ; i b. 



The king holds Sulfretone. It is not known how many hides 
are there, because it never paid geld. There is land for forty-one 
ploughs, with all thereto pertaining. In demesne are three ploughs, 
and fifteen serfs, and forty-five villeins, and thirty-one bordars, with 
thirty-three ploughs. There are three mills rendering twenty-three 
shillings, and fifty acres of meadow, and two hundred acres of 
pasture, and four acres of wood. It renders forty pounds by weight 
and assay. 



Rex tenet Hamihoch. Tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat 
pro una virgata terrae. Terra est xii carucis. In dominio 
est i caruca et vii serui et xii uillani et xii bordarii cum 
ix carucis. Ibi xvi acrae prati, pastura ii leucae longa et 
i leuca et dimidia lata, et viii quarentenae siluae. Reddit 
vi libras ad pensum. — Exch, D. 100 (2); lb. 



12 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

The king has a manor called Hamihoc, which king Edward held 
on the day on which he himself was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate. This can be ploughed by twelve ploughs. 
There the king has one plough in demesne, and the villeins have 
nine ploughs. There he has twelve villeins, and twelve bordars, 
and seven serfs, and two head of cattle, and forty sheep, and eight 
liirlongs of wood, and sixteen acres of meadow, and pasture two 
leugas in length and one leuga and a half in breadth. This [manor] 
renders six pounds by weight, just as much as when Baldvrin 
received it. 

iSoDelefau 

Bex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Bodeleia quam tenuit 
Eduuardus rex ea die qua ipse fait uiuus et mortuus et 
reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt arare xiii 
carrucse. Ibi habet rex xvi uillanos et habent xii carrucas, 
et ibi habet xx bordarios et x porcarios et iiii seruos et ii 
animalia et xii oues et xx agros nemoris et v agros prati et 
c agros pascnae. Haec reddit x libras ad pensum et quando 
Balduinus recepit tantundem. — Exon, D, (84) 76. 

The king has a manor called Bodeleia, which king Edward 
held on the day on which he himself was alive and dead, and 
it rendered geld for half a hide. This can be ploughed by thirteen 
ploughs. There the king has sixteen villeins, and they have twelve 
ploughs, and he has there twenty bordars, and ten swineherds, and 
four serfs, and two head of cattle, and twelve sheep, and twenty 
acres of wood, and five acres of meadow, and a hundred acres of 
pastura This [manor] renders ten pounds by weighty just as much 
as when Baldwin received it. 

Bex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Teintona, quam 
tenuit Eduuardus rex aea [sic] die qua ipse fuit uinus et 
mortuus et reddidit pro i hida et i uirga. Hanc possunt 
arare xvi carrucae. Inde habet rex i uirgam et i carrucam 
in dominio et uillani i hidam et xii carrucas. Ibi habet rex 
xiiii uillanos et xxx bordarios et iii seruos et xxx oues et xv 
agros nemoris et iiii agros prati. Haec reddit xiiii libras ad 
pensum et x solidos numero, et quando Balduinus recepit 
reddebat x libras ad pensum. — Exon. 1). (85) 77. 

The king has a manor called Teintona, which king Edward 
held on the day on which he himself was alive and dead, and it 
rendered [fjdd] for one hide and one virgate. This can be ploughed 



THE PEYONSBIBE DOMESDAY — ^EXCHEQUER. 13 

The king holds Hamihoch. In the time of king Edward it paid 
geld for one viigate of land. There is land for twelve ploughs. 
In demesne are one plough, and seven serfs, and twelve villeins, 
and twelve bordars, with nine ploughs. There are sixteen acres of 
meadow, pasture two leugas long and one leuga and a half broad, 
and eight furlongs of wood. It renders six pounds by weight 



iSoDelte. 

Rex tenet Bodelie. Tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat 
pro dimidia hida. Terra est xiii carucis. Ibi xvi uillani 
et XX bordarii et x porcarii et iiii serui cum xii carucis. 
Ibi V acrae prati et c acrae pasturae et xx acrae siluae. 
Reddit x libras ad pensum. — Exch, D, lOO (2); ib. 



The king holds Bodelie. In the time of king Edward it paid 
geld for half a hide. There is land for thirteen ploughs. There 
are sixteen villeins, and twenty bordars, and ten swineherds, and 
four serfs, with twelve ploughs. There are five acres of meadow, 
and a hundred acres of pasture, and twenty acres of wood. It 
rendeis ten pounds by weight 



STetotone. 

Rex tenet Teintone. Tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat 
pro una hida et una virgata terrae. Terra est xvi carucis. 
In dominio est i caruca et iii serui et xiiij uillani et xxx 
bordarii cum xii carucis. Ibi iiii acrae prati et xv acrae 
siluae. Reddit xiiii libras ad pensum et x solidos ad 
numerum. — Exch, D, 100 (2); \b. 



The king holds Teintone. In the time of king Edward it paid 
geld for one hide and one virgate of land. There is land for 
sixteen ploughs. In demesne are one plough, and three serfs, and 



14 THE DSYONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

by sixteen ploagb& Of it the king has one viigate and one plough in 
demesne, and the villeins have one hide and twelve ploughs, lliere 
the king has fourteen villeins^ and thirty bordars, and three serfs, 
and thirty sheep, and fifteen acres of wood, and four acres of 
meadow. This [yiiarzor] renders fourteen pounds by weight and ten 
shillings by tale ; and when Baldwin received it^ it rendered ten 
pounds by weight 

Bex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Alsemenistra qaam 
tenuit rex Eduuardus ea die qua rex ipse fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus et nescitur quot hidae ibi sint quia nunquam reddidit 
gildum, sed per xl carrucas potest arari terra. Inde habet rex 
ii carrucas in dominie, et uillani xviii carrucas. Ibi habet 
rex XXX uillanos et xx bordarios et iiii seruos et ii animalia 
et 1 cues et ii molendinos qui reddunt x solidos et c agros 
nemusculi et xxx agros prati et c agros pascuse et reddit per 
annum xxvi libras ad pondus et ad arsuram, et tantundem 
quando Balduinus recepit 

Comes de Moritonio habet i mansionem quae uocatur 
Honetona quae tempore regis Eduuardi reddebat per annum 
huic mansioni regis Alseministrae xxx denarios, sed postquam 
comes habuit eam non reddidit 

Badulfus de Pomeria habet i mansionem quae uocatur Es- 
maurige quae tempore regis Eduuardi reddebat per annum 
huic predictae mansioni regis xxx denarios, sed retinuit eos 
Kadulfus xii anni sunt transacti 

Willelmus Capra habet i mansionem quae uocatur Manberia 
quae similiter tempore regis Eduuardi reddebat eidem man- 
sioni regis per annum xxx denarios, sed detinuit eos Willelmus 
xii anni sunt transactL 

Episcopus Constantiensis habet i mansionem quae uocatur 
Gherletona quae xv denarios reddebat per annum supradictae 
mansioni regis tempore regis Eduuardi, sed postquam epis- 
copus eam habuit non reddidit. 

Canonici Sanctae Mariae de Botomago habent i mansionem 
quae uocatur Bouerige quae huic supradictae mansioni regis 
reddebat per annum xxx denarios tempore regis Eduuardi, sed 
detinuerunt eam consuetudinem xviii anni sunt praeteriti. 

Et huic mansioni est addita quaedam alia mansio quae 
uocatur Deneord, quam tenuit Ailrich eo (sic) die qua rex Ed- 
uuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus, et reddidit gildum pro duabus 
virgis. Has possunt arare i carruca et dimidia. Ibi habet 
rex ii uillanos et i bordarium, et reddit x solidos per annum 
huic prsedictae mansioni 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXGHEQUEB. J.3 

fourteen villeins, and thirty bordars, with twelve ploughs. There 
are four acres of meadow, and fifteen acres of wood. It renders 
fourteen pounds by weight, and ten shillings by tale. 



Rex tenet Alseminstre. Nescitur quot hidae sint ibi, 
quia nunquam geldauit. Terra est xl carucis. In dominio 
sunt ii carucae et iiii serui et xxx uillani et xx bordarii 
cum xviii carucis. Ibi ii xnolini reddentes x solidos, et 
xxx acrae prati, et c acrae pasturae et c acrae siluae minutae. 
Reddit xxvi libras ad pensum et arsuram. 

Huic manerio debentur xv denarii de Cherletone manerio 
episcopi Constantiensis. Et de Honetone manerio comitis 
Moritoniensis xxx denarii. Et de Smaurige manerio 
Radulfi de Pomerei xxx denarii. Et de Maneberie manerio 
Willelmi Cheure xxx denarii. Et de Rouerige manerio 
S. Marie Rotomagensis xxx denarii. Hos denarios iam 
per plures annos rex non habuit. 

Huic manerio Alseminstre est addita Deneord. Alric 
tenuit tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro ii uirgatis. 
Terra est i carucae et dimidiae. Ibi sunt ii uillani et i bor- 
darius. Reddit x solidos. 

Eidem manerio adiacet Odesclive. Edric mancus tenuit 
in elemosina de rege Eduuardo. Modo tenet Eduuardus 
Alius Edrici et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. Terra est 
i carucae quam habent ibi ii uillani cum i bordario. Valet 
V. solidos. 

i£cclesiae eiusdem manerii pertinet dimidia hida de 
eadem terra, et ibi sunt ii carucae cum xii bordariis. 
Valet XX solidos. — Exch. Z>. loo (2); \b. 



16 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

Et in ipsa Alsemenistra est sdia mansio quae uocatur Odes- 
cliua quam tenuit in elemosina de rege Eduuardo Eddricos 
mancus, et mode tenet earn de rege WiUelmo Eduuardus filius 
eiusdem Eddrici, et reddit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc potest 
arare i carruca. Ibi habet Eduuardus ii uillanos et i bordar- 
ium qui habent i carrucam, et ualet per annum v solidos. 

JScclesiae de Alsemenistra adiacet dimidia hida terrse illius 
mansionis. Hanc possunt arare ii carrucse quae ibi sunt, 
et sunt ibi xii bordarii, et ualet per annum xx solidos. — 
Exon. D. (846) 77. 



The king has a manor called Alsemenistra, which king Edward 
held on the day on which the king himself was alive and dead; and 
it is not known how many hides are there, because it has never 
rendered geld, but the land can be ploughed by forty ploughs. Of it 
the king has two ploughs in demesne, and the viUeins have eighteen 
ploughs. There the king has thirty villeins, and twenty bordars, 
and four serfs, and two head of cattle, and fifty sheep, and two 
mills which return ten shillings, and a hundred acres of coppice, 
and thirty acres of meadow, and a hundred acres of pasture, and it 
renders yearly twenty-six pounds by weight and assay, just as much 
as when Baldwin received it. 

The earl of Mortain has a manor called Honetona, which in the 
time of king Edward rendered yearly to this manor of Alseministra 
thirty pence; but since the earl has had the manor, it has not 
rendered. 

Ealph de Pomerei has a manor called Esmaurige, which in the 
time of king Edward rendered yearly to this before-mentioned 
manor of the king thirty pence ; but for twelve years past Ralph 
has retained them. 

William le Chi^vre has a manor caUed Manburia, which likewise 
in the time of king Edward rendered yearly to the same manor of 
the king thirty pence ; but for twelve years past William has with- 
held them. 

The Bishop of Goutances has a manor called Cherletona, which 
rendered yearly fifteen pence to the above-mentioned manor of the 
king in the time of king Edward ; but since the bishop has had 
the manor, it has not rendered. 

The Canons of St. Mary of Eouen have a manor called Rouerigey 
which to this above-mentioned manor of the king rendered yearly 
XXX pence in the time of king Edward; but lot eighteen years 
past they have withheld this custom. 

To this manor has been added a certain other manor called 
Deneord, which Ailrich held on the day on which king Edward 
was alive and dead, and it rendered geld for two virgates. These 
can be ploughed by one plough and a half. There the king has two 



THE DEV0N8HIKE DOMESDAY — ^EXCHEQUER. 17 



The king holds Alseministre. It is not known how many hides 
are there, because it has never paid geld. There is land for forty 
ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and four serfs, and thirty 
villeins, and twenty bordars, with eighteen ploughs. There are 
two mills rendering ten shillings, and thirty acres of meadow, and 
a hundred acres of pasture, and a hundred acres of coppice. It 
renders twenty-six pounds by weight and assay. 

To this manor are due fifteen pence fi'om Cherletone, a manor 
of the bishop of Coutances ; and from Honetone, a manor of the 
earl of Mortain, thirty pence ; and from Smaurige, a manor of 
Ralph de Pomerei, thirty pence ; and firom Maneberie, a manor 
of William Chibvre, thirty pence ; and from Rouerige, a manor of 
S. Mary of Rouen, thirty pence. These pence the king has 
not had now for several years. 



To this manor, Alseministre, has been added Deneord. Alric 
held it in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for two 
viigates. There is land for a plough and a half. There are two 
villeins, ^nd one bordar. It renders ten shillings. 





18 THE DEVONSBIRB DOMESDAY— -EXETEB. 

villeins and one boidar, and it pays ten shillings yearly to this 
aforesaid manor. 

And in Alsemenistra itself is another manor, called Odesclioa, 
which Eddric the cripple held in alms from king Edward ; and 
now Edward, son of the same Eddric, holds it of king William, 
and it renders geld for one virgate. This can be ploughed by one 
plough. There Edward has two villeins and one bordar, who have 
one plough, and it is worth five shillings a year. 

To the church of Alsemenistra is annexed half a hide of land of 
that manor. Three ploughs, which are there, can plough this, and 
there are twelve bordars, and it is worth twenty shillings a year. 



Bex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Carsewilla qaam 
tenuit Eduuardus rex ea die qua ipse fuit uiuus at mortuus 
et reddidit gildum pro i hida et dimidia. Hanc possunt 
arare xvii carrucse. Tnde habet rex i uirgam et dimidiam 
et i camicam in dominie^ et villani i hidam et xvi carrucas. 
Ibi habet rex xvi uillanos et xxxiii bordarios et iii seruos et 
cxx cues et xx agros nemoris et ix agros pratL Hsec reddit 
xiiii libras ad pensum, et quando Balduinus recepit tantua- 
dem. 

Et in ecclesia istius uill® est dimidia uirga terrse. — Sxan. Z>. 
(85) 77. 

The king has a manor called Carsewilla, which king Edward 
held on the day on which he himself was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for a hide and a half. This can be ploughed by seven- 
teen plougha Of it the king hasone virgate and a half, and one plough 
in demesne, and the villeins have one hide and sixteen plougha. 
There the king has sixteen villeins, and thirty-three bordars, and 
three serfs, and a hundred and twenty sheep, and twenty acres of 
wood, and nine acres of meadow. This renders fourteen pounds 
by weight; and when Baldwin received it, it rendered just as 
much. 

Also to the church of this manor belongs half a virgate of land. 



(CttUtotuu 

Bex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Ciilitona quam 
tenuit rex Eduuardus ea die qua ipse fuit uiuus et mortuus 
et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt arare xvi car- 
rucae. Inde habet rex i uiigam in dominio^ et i carrucam, et 



THE DSVONSHIBE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 19 

Adjacent to the same manor is Odesclive. Edric the cripple 
held it in alms from king Edward. Now Edward, son of Edric, 
holds it, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. There is land 
for one plough, which two villeins have there, with one bordar. 
It is worth five shillings. 

To the church of the same manor belongs half a hide of the 
same land, and there are two ploughs^ with twelve bordars. It is 
worth twenty shillings. 



Rex tenet Carsewelle. Tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat 
pro una hida et dimidia. Terra est xvii carucis. In dominie 
est i caruca et iii serui et xvi uillani et xxxiii bordarii cum 
xvi carucis. Ibi ix acrae prati et xx acrae siluae. Reddit 
xiiil libras ad pensum. 

In aecclesia huius manerii est dimidia virgata terrae. — 
Exch, D. icx) (3); 2a. 



The king holds Carsewelle. In the time of king Edward it 
paid geld for one hide and a half. There is land for seventeen 
ploughs. In demesne are one plough, and three serfs, and sixteen 
villeins, and thirty-three bordars, with sixteen ploughs. There are 
nine acres of meadow, and twenty acres of wood. It renders four- 
teen pounds by weight. 

To the church of this manor belongs half a virgate of land. 



Ctilttotie* 

Rex tenet Cvlitone. Tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat 
pro una hida. Terra est xvi carucis. In dominio est una 
caruca et iii serui et xxi uillani et x bordarii cum xiiii 
carucis. Ibi molinus reddens xl denarios et xxxvi acrae 

2 



20 THE DSVONSHIRB DOMESDAT — ^EXETER. 

nillani habent iii nirgas et xiiii carrucas. Ibi habet rex xjd 
uillanum et x bordarios et iii seruos et vi animalia et i 
molendinum qui reddit per annum xl denarios et x agros 
nemusculi et xxxvi agros prati et cc agros pascusB, et reddit 
per annum xi libras et x solidos ad pondus et ad com- 
bustionem. 

Haec prsBdicta mansio habet i aecclesiam ubi iacet dimidia 
uirga, et v solidos ualet. — Uxon. D, (85) 77. 

The king has a manor called Culitona, which king Edward 
held on the day on which he himself was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for one hide. This can be ploughed by sixteen ploughs. 
Of it the king has one virgate in demesne, and one plough, and the 
villeins have three virgates, and fourteen ploughs. There the king 
has twenty-one villeins, and ten bordars, and three serfs, and sir 
head of cattle, and a mill which renders yearly forty pence, and 
ten acres of coppice, and thirty-six acres of meadow, and two 
hundred acres of pasture, and it renders yearly eleven pounds 
and ten shillings by weight and assay. 

This above-named manor has a church, to which is annexed half 
a viigate, and it is worth five shillings. 



AtoemttBa* 

Sex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Alsemuda quam 
tenuit rex Eduuardus ea die qua ipse fuit uiuus et mortuus 
et nescitur quot hidse ibi sunt quia nunquam reddidit gildum. 
Hanc possunt arare xii carrucse. Inde habet rex in dominio 
dimidiam carrucam et uillani vi carrucas. Ibi habet rex viii 
uillanos et xii bordarios et iiii seruos et xviii ones et xvi 
capras et viii agros nemusculi et xvi agros prati et i leugam 
pascuse in longitudiue et iiii quadragenarias in latitudine. Et 
reddit per annum viii libras ad pondus et i marcam argenti. — 
Exon. D. (85) 78. 

The king has a manor called Alsemuda, which king Edward 
held on the day on which he was alive and dead; and it is 
not known how many hides are there, because it never rendered 
geld. This can be ploughed by twelve ploughs. Of it the king 
has in demesne half a plough, and the villeins have six ploughs. 
There the king has eight vUleins, and twelve bordars, and four 
serfs, and eighteen sheep, and sixteen goats, and seven acres of 
coppice, and sixteen acres of meadow, and of pasture one leuga in 
length and four furlongs in breadth, and it renders yearly eight 
pounds by weight, and one mark of silver. 



THE DSYONSHIBE DOMfiSDAT— EXGHSQU£B. 21 

prati et cc acrae pasturae et x acrae siluae minutae. Reddit 
xi libras et x solidos ad pondus et arsuram. 

In aecclesia huius manerii iacet dimidia uirgata terrae et 
ualet V solidos. — Exch, D. lOO (3); za. 



The king holds Cvlitone. In the time of king Edward it paid 
geld for one hide. There is land for sixteen ploughs. In demesne 
are one plough, and three serfs, and twenty- one villeins, and 
ten bordars, with fourteen ploughs. A mill is there rendering forty 
pence, and there are thirty-six acres of meadow, and two hun- 
dred acres of pasture, and ten acres of coppice. It renders eleven 
pounds and ten shillings by weight and assay. 

To the church of this manor is annexed half a viigate of land, 
and it is worth five shillings. 



Rex tenet Alsemvde. Nescitur quot hidae sunt ibi quia 
nunquam geldauit Terra est xii carucis. In dominie 
est dimidia caruca et iiii serui et viii uillani et xii bordarii 
cum vi carucis. Ibi xvi acrae prati et viii acrae siluae 
minutae. Pastura i leuca longitudine et iiii quarentenae 
latitudine. Reddit viii libras ad pondus et una marka 
ax^enti, — Exck D, icx) (3); 2 a. 



The king holds Alsemvde. It is not known how many hides 
are there, because it has never paid geld. There is land for twelve 
ploughs. In demesne are half a plough, and four serfs, and eight 
villeins, and twelve bordars, with six ploughs. There are sixteen 
acres of meadow, and eight acres of coppice. Pasture one leuga 
long and four furlongs broad. It renders eight pounds by weight, 
and one mark of silver. 



22 THE DEVOSSHIRE DOMESDAT — EXETEB. 

9e|ieforOa« 

Bex habet i mansionem qusd uocatur Depeforda quam 
tenuit Eduuardus rex ea die qua ipse fuit uiuus et mortaus 
et reddidit gildum pro iii uiigis. Has possont arare x 
carrucse. Inde habet rex i uirgam et i carrucam in dominio 
et villani ii uirgas et viii carrucas. Ibi habet rex viii 
uillanos et vii bordarios et iiii seruos et viii animalia et 
xxxi oues et ii agros prati et xii agros pascuse. Hsec reddit 
viir libras et v solidos ad pensum et quando Balduinus 
recepit c solidos ad pensum. 

Huic mansioni fuit addita i mansio quse uocatur Ferleia 
tempore Willelmi de Waluilla quam tenuit quidam tegnus 
pariter ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus et 
potuit ire adquemlibet et reddidit gildum pro i uirga et ibi 
habet ii uillsuios et v bordarios et habent i carrucam et 
reddit per annum in supradicta firma x solidos ad pensum. — 
JExon. D. (85 b) 78. 

The king has a manor called Depeforda, which king Edward 
held on the day on which he was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for three virgates. These can be ploughed by ten ploughs. 
Of them the king has one viigate and one plough in demesne, and 
the villeins have two virgates and eight ploughs. The king has 
there eight villeins and seven bordars, and four serfs, and eight 
head of cattle, and thirty-one sheep, and two acres of meadow, and 
twelve acres of pasture. This renders seven pounds and five 
shillings by weight ; and when Baldwin received it, it rendered one 
hundred shillings by weight. 

To this manor was added, in the time of William of Waluile, 
a manor called Ferleia, which a certain thane held in partage on 
the day in which king Edward was alive and dead, and he was 
free to go to whomsoever he would, and it rendered geld for one 
virgate ; and there he has two villeins and five bordars, and they 
have one plough ; and it renders yearly to the aforesaid ferm ten 
shillings by weight. 

flluintotta* 

Bex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Aluintona quam 
tenuit Eduuardus rex ea die qua rex ipse fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt arare 
X carrucse. Inde habet rex i uirgam et i carrucam in dominio 
et villa [sic] dimidiam hidam et v carrucas. Ibi habet rex x 
uillanos et v bordarios et iiii seruos et xlii oues et ii quadra- 



THB DSVONSHIBE DOMESDAY — EXOHEQUSB. 23 

Rex tenet Depeforde. Tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat 
pro iii virgatis terrae. Terra est x carucis. In dominio 
est i caruca et iiii serui et viii uillani et vii bordarii cum 
viii carucis. Ibi ii acrae prati, et xii acrae pasturae. Reddit 
vii libras et v solidos ad pensum. 

Huic manerio fuit addita Ferlie tempore Willelmi de 
Waluile. Unus tainus tenebat libere tempore regis 
Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. Ibi sunt 
ii uillani et v bordarii et habent i carucam. Reddit in 
firma regis x solidos ad pensum. — ExcA. D. lOO (3) ; 2a, 



The king holds Depeforde. In the time of king Edward it 
paid geld for three virgates of land. There is land for ten ploughs. 
In demesne are one plough, and four serfs, and eight villeins, 
and seven bordars, with eight ploughs. There are two acres of 
meadow, and twelve acres of pasture. It renders seven pounds 
and five shillings by weight. 

To this manor was added Ferlie in the time of William of 
Waluile. One thane held it freely in the time of king Edward, 
and it paid geld for one virgate of land. There are two villeins, 
and five bordars, and they have one plough. It renders to the 
king's ferm ten shillings by weight 



ftltiintotif. 

Rex tenet Alvintone. Tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat 
pro i hida. Terra est x carucis. In dominio est i caruca 
et iiii serui et x uillani et v bordarii cum v carucis. Ibi ii 
quarentenae siluae. Reddit vii libras et v solidos ad pensum. 
— Exch. D. 100 (2) ; 2a. 



24 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— SXSTBR. 

genarias nemoris. Hsec reddit vii libras et v solidos ad 
pensum et qu^ndo Balduinus recepit tantundem. — Exon. D. 
(86) 78. 

The king has a manor called Aluintona, which king Edward 
held on the day in which he was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one hide. This can be ploughed by ten ploughs. Of it 
the king has one virgate and one plough in demesne, and the 
villeins have half a hide and five ploughs. There the king has ten 
villeins, and five bordars, and four seidQs, and forty-two sheep, and 
two furlongs of wood. This [manor] renders seven pounds and 
five shillings by weight, and it rendered as much when Baldwin 
received it 

Bex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Plintona quam tenuit 
Eduuardus rex ea die qua ipse fuit uiuus et mortuus et 
reddidit gildum pro ii hidis et dimidia. Has possunt arare 
XX carrucse. Inde habet rex i hidam et ii carrucas in dominio 
et uillani i hidam et dimidiam et xii carracas. Ibi habet rex 
XV uillanos et xii bordarios et vi seruos et v animalia et 1 
cues et i leugam nemoris in longitudine et dimidiam in 
latitudine et vi agros prati et xx agros pascuse. Haec reddit 
xiii libras et x solidos ad pensum et quando Balduinus 
recepit xii libras et x solidos ad pensum. 

Exceptis his ii hidis et dimidia habent canonici sancti 
Petri de Plintona ii hidas. Has possunt arare vi carrucae. Ibi 
habent canonici xii uillanos qui habent iiii carrucas et ualent 
per annum xxxv solidos. — Exon. D. (86) 79. 

The king has a manor called Plintona, which king Edward held 
on the day in which he was alive and dead, and it rendered geld 
for two hides and a half. These can be ploughed by twenty ploughs. 
Of them the king has one hide and two ploughs in demesne ; and 
the villeins have one hide and a half and twelve ploughs. There 
the king has fifteen villeins, and twelve bordars, and six serfs, and 
five head of cattle, and fifty sheep, and of wood one leuga in 
length and half a leuga in breadth, and six acres of meadow, and 
twenty acres of pastura This [iTianar] renders thirteen pounds 
and ten shillings by weighty and when Baldwin received it it 
rendered twelve pounds and ten shillings by weight 

Apart from these two hides and a half, the canons of St Peter 
of Plintona have two hides. These can be ploughed by six 
ploughs. There the canons have twelve viUeins, who have four 
ploughs, and they \the two hide8\ are worth yearly thirty-five 
shillings. 



TflE DEYONSHIBK DOMESDAY — ^EXCHEQUEB. 25 



The king holds Alvintone. In the time of king Edward it 
paid geld for one hide. There is land for ten ploughs. In 
demesne are one plough, and four serfs, and ten villeins, and five 
bordars with five ploughs. There are two furlongs of wood. It 
renders seven pounds and five shillings by weight 



Rex tenet Plintone. Tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat 
pro ii hidis et dimidia. Terra est xx carucis. In dominio 
sunt ii carucae et vi serui et xv uillani et xii bordarii cum 
xii carucis. Ibi vi acrae prati et xx acrae pasturae. Silua 
i leuca longitudine et dimidia latitudine. Reddit xiii libras 
et x solidos ad pensum. 

Praeter banc terram tenent canonici eiusdem manerii ii 
hidas. Terra est vi carucis. Ibi xii uillani habent iiii 
carucas. Valet xxxv solidos. — Exch. D, lOO (3) ; 2a. 



The king holds Plintone. In the time of king Edward it paid 
geld for two hides and a half. There is land for twenty ploughs. 
In demesne are two ploughs, and six serfs, and fifteen villeins, 
and twelve bordars, with twelve ploughs. There are six acres of 
meadow and twenty acres of pasture. Wood one leuga long and 
half a leuga broad. It renders thirteen pounds and ten shillings 
by weight 

Beside this land the canons hold two hides of the same manor. 
There is land for six ploughs. There twelve villeins have four 
ploughs. It is worth thirty-five shillings. 



26 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXETER. 

SUntotta* 

Bex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Elintona quam tenuit 
Eduuardus rex ea die qua ipse fuit uiuus et mortuus et red- 
didit gildum pro ii hidis et dimidia. Has possunt arare xx 
carracse. Inde habet rex i hidam et i carrucam in dominio 
et [sic] villani i hidam et dimidiam et xii camicas. Ibi habet 
rex xvi uillanos et ix bordarios et x semes et iii quadrage- 
narias nemoris in longitudine et dimidiam in latitudine et vi 
agros prati et x agros pascuse. Hsec reddit xii libras et x 
solidos ad pensiltn et quando Balduinus recepit tantundem. 

Et sacerdotes istius uillae habent i hidam terrse. Et habent 
inde iii uirgas et i carrucam in dominio et [sic] villani i uirgam 
et i carrucam et iii uillanos et iiii bordarios et ii seruos et iiii 
animalia et x porcos et xxxi ones et ii agros prati et x agros 
pascu8B, Hsec ualet x solidos et hoc concedit rex in elemo- 
sina.— JEwn. R (866) 79. 

The king has a manor called Elintona, wKich king Edward held 
on the daj in which he was alive and dead, and it rendered geld 
for two hides and a half. These can be ploughed by twenty 
plougha Of them the king has one hide, and one plough in 
demesne ; and the villeins have one hide and a half, and twelve 
ploughs. There the king has sixteen villeins, and nine bordars, 
and ten serfs, and of wood three furlongs in length and half a far- 
long in breadth, and six acres of meadow, and ten acres of pasture. 
This [maTior] renders twelve pounds and ten shillings by weighty 
and it rendered as much when Baldwin received it. 

And the priests of this manor have one hide of land. And 
theie they have three virgates, and one plough in demesne (and 
the villeins have one virgate and one plough), and three villeins^ 
and four bordars, and two serfs, and four head of cattle, and ten 
swine, and thirty-one sheep, and two acres of meadow, and ten 
acres of pasture. This [hide] is worth ten shillings, and this is 
gmnted by the king in alms. 



BBac^etona* 

Bex habet i mansionem qu89 uocatur Wachetona quam 
tenuit rex Eduuardus ea die qua fuit uiuus et mortuus et 
reddidit gildum dimidia uirga. Hanc possunt arare iiii 
carrucds. Inde habet rex i ferlinum in dominio et uillani 
i ferlinum et iiii carrucas. Ibi habet rex vi uillanos et iiii 
bordarios et ii seruos et iii animalia et 1 ones et i lengam in 
longitudine nemoris et dimidiam leugam in latitudine et 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXCHEQUER. * 27 

Rex tenet EHntone. Tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat 
pro ii hidis et dimidia. Terra est xx carucis. In dominio 
est i caruca et x serui et xvi uillani et ix bordarii cum xii 
carucis. Ibi vi acrae prati et x acrae pasture. Silua iii 
quarentenae longitudine et dimidia quarentena latitudine. 
Reddit xii libras et x solidos ad pensum. 

Clerici eiusdem uillae tenent unam hidam. Ibi est in 
dominio i caruca et ii serui et iii uillani et iiii bordarii cum 
i caruca. Ibi ii acrae prati et x acrae pasturae. Valet x 
solidos. Rex concedit eis in elemosina. — Exch, D. lOO (3) ; 
2 a. 



The king holds Elintone. In the time of king Edward it paid 
geld for two hides and a half. There is land for twenty ploughs. 
In demesne are one plough, and ten serfs, and sixteen villeins, and 
nine bordars, with twelve ploughs. There are six acres of meadow 
and ten acres of pasture. Wood three furlongs long and half a 
furlong broad. It renders twelve pounds and ten shillings by 
weight. 

The clergy of the same manor hold one hide. There are in 
demesne one plough, and two serfs, and three villeins, and four 
bordars, with one plough. There are two acres of meadow and 
ten acres of pasture. It is worth ten shillings. The king grants 
[this sum] to them in alms. 



Rex tenet Wachetone. Tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat 
pro dimidia virgata terrae. Terra est iiii carucis. Ibi sunt 
vi uillani et iiii bordarii et ii serui cum iiii carucis. Ibi est 
i acra prati et c acrae pasturae. Silua i leuca longitudine 
et diniidia leuca latitudine. Reddit iii libras ad pondus. — 
Ej^cA. D. ICO (3) ; 2a. 



28 TBE DEVONSHIBE DOlfESDAY — EXETBB. 

i agrum prati et c agros pascuae. Et reddit per annum 
iii libras ad pondus. — Exon. D, (866) 79. 

The king has a manor called Wachetona, which king Edward 
held on the day in which he was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a virgate. TMs can be ploughed by four ploughs Of 
it the king has one f erling in demesne, and the viUeins have one 
ferling and four ploughs. There the king has six villeins, and 
four boidars, and two serfe, and three h^ of cattle, and fifty 
sheep, and of wood one leuga in length, and half a leuga in 
breadth, and one acre of meadow, and one himdred acres of pasture; 
and it renders yearly three pounds by weight. 



Bex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Sutona quam tennit 
rex Eduuardus ea die qua fuit uiuus et mortuus et reddidit 
gildum pro i uiiga. Hanc possunt arare vi carrucsB. Inde 
habet rex dimidiam uirgam et diniidiam carrucam in dominio. 
Et uillani dimidiam uiigam et v carrucas. Ibi habet rex iiii 
uillanos et ii bordarios et i senium et xv ones et ii agros 
prati et xx agros pascuda. Et reddit per annum xx solidos 
ad pondus. — Exon. D. (866) 79. 

The king has a manor called Sutona, which king Edward held 
on the day in which he was alive and dead, and it rendered geld 
for one virgate. This can be ploughed by six ploughs. Of it the 
king has half a virgate and half a plough in demesne ; and the 
villeins have half a virgate and five ploughs. There the king has 
four villeins, and two bordars, and one serf, and fifteen sheep, and 
two acres of meadow, and twenty acres of pasture, and it renders 
yearly twenty shillings by weight 



^Tanbretotta. 

Bex habet 1 mansionem quae uocatur Tanbretona quam 
tenuit rex Eduuardus ea die qua fuit uiuus et mortuus et 
reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare vi carrucas. 
Inde habet rex dimidiam uirgam in dominio et uillani 
dimidiam uirgam et iiii carrucas et dimidiam. Ibi habet 
rex vi uillanos et ii bordarios et i senium et iii quad- 
ragenarias in longitudine nemoris et i quadragenariam in 
latitudine. Et reddit per annum xx solidos ad pondua. 
Hec [sic] iii mansiones reddebant firmam hunius noctis cum 
suis apendiciis. 



THB DSVONSHIBB DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 29 



The king holds Wachetone. In the time of king Edward it 
paid geld for half a virgate of land. There is land for four 
ploughs. There are six villeins, and four bordars, and two serfs, 
with four ploughs. There is one acre of meadow, and there are 
a hundred acres of pasture. Wood one leuga long, and half a 
mile broad. It renders three pounds by weight. 



SbWtont. 

Rex tenet Sudtone. Tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat 
pro una virgata terrae. Terra est vi carucis. In dominie 
est dimidia caruca cum i seruo et iiii uillani et ii bordarii 
cum V carucis. Ibi ii acrae prati et xx acrae pasturae. 
Reddit xx solidos ad pensum. — ExcA, D. lOO (3) ; 2a. 



The king holds Svdtone. In the time of king Edward it paid 
geld for one virgate of land. There is land for six ploughs. In 
demesne is half a plough with one serf, and there are four villeins, 
and two bordars, with five ploughs. There are two acres of 
meadow and twenty acres of pasture. In renders twenty shillings 
by weight 



Rex tenet Tanbretone. Tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat 
pro una virgata terrae. Terra est vi carucis. Ibi vi uillani 
et ii bordarii cum i seruo habent iiii carucas et dimidiam. 
Silua iii quarentenae longitudine et una quarentena lati* 
tudine. Reddit xx solidos ad pensum. 



30 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXETER. 

The king has a manor called Tanbretona, which king Edward 
held on the day on which he was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate. This can be ploughed by six ploughs. Of 
it the king has half a virgate in demesne, and the villeins have 
half a virgate and four ploughs and a half. There the king has 
six villeins, and two bordars, and one serf, and of wood three 
furlongs in length, and one furlong in breadth; and it renders 
yearly twenty shillings by weight. These three manors rendered 
a f erm of one nighty with its appendages. 



De mansione Wachetona est ablata Macretona quam 
tenuit rex Eduuardus ea die qua fuit niuus et moituus et 
reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare x carracse. 
Et hec mansio reddebat vi libras xxx denarios minus per 
annum ad Wachetonam in die qua rex Eduuardus fuit 
uiuus et mortuus. 

Et hec iii mansiones apendunt [sic] ad Wachetonam. — 
Uxon. D. (87) 79. 

From the manor of Wachetona has been taken Macretona, which 
king Edward held on the day on which he was alive and dead, 
and it rendered geld for one virgate. This can be ploughed by ten 
ploughs. And this manor rendered six pounds, less thirty pence, 
yearly to Wachetona on the day on which king Edward was alive 
and dead. 

And these three manors are appendant to Wachetona. 



Stmetitona. 

Bex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Ermentona quam 
tenuit Ansgerus contractus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit 
uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro iii hidis. Has 
possunt arare xx carruca^. Inde habet rex in dominio i hidam 
et iii carrucas et uillani habent ii hidas et x et vii carrucas. 
Ibi habet rex xvi uillanos et xxxvi bordarios et x seruos et 
1 ones et xii capias et i salinam et ii leugas nemoris in longi- 
tudine et dimidiam in latitudine et viii agros prati et reddit per 
annum xiii libras et x solidos ad pondus et ad combustionem. 

Ista est de excambio Badendone. 

Comes de Moritonio habet i mansionem quae nocator 
Ferdendel quam tenet Godefridus de eo quae tempore regia 
Eduuardi reddebat per consuetudinem xxx denarios ad Her- 
mentonam mansionem regis et alias consuetudines quae ad 



r 

"^ THB DEVONSHIRS DOMESDAY — ^BXGHEQUEB. 31 

The kiDg holds Tanbretone. In the time of king Edward it 
paid geld for one virgate of land. There is land for six ploughs. 
There are six villeins and two bordars, with one serf. They have 
four ploughs and a half. Wood three furlongs long, and one 
furlong broad It renders twenty shillings by weight 



De Wachetone est ablata Macretone quae geldabat tem- 
pore regis Eduuardi pro una virgata terrae. Terra est 
X carucis. £t reddebat vi libras xxx denarios minus in 
iirma regis. 

Hae iii mansiones appendunt ad Wachetone. — Exch, D. 
lOO (3) ; 2a. 

I^e^t y!cp manerta fiiertmt in Hominio xt^ Clitoarlii et 

pettineni an resem. 

From Wachetone has been taken Macretone, which paid geld 
in the time of king Edward for one virgate of land. There is 
land for ten ploughs, and it rendered six pounds, less thirty pence, 
to the king's ferm. 

These three manors are appendant to Wachetone. 

QTte akote i\i nunot^ toere in t(e Hemesne of kinff CUtoarH, 

an) lelons to 4e iitiijf. 



Srmetitonr. 

Rex tenet Ermentone. Asgar tenebat tempore regis 
Eduuardi et geldabat pro iii hidis. Terra est xx carucis. 
In dominio sunt iii carucae et x serui et xvi uillani et xxxvi 
bordarii cum xvii carucis. Ibi viii acrae prati. Silua ii leucae 
longitudine et dimidia leuca latitudine. Ibi una salina. 
Reddit xiii libras et x solidos ad pensam et arsuram. 

Huic manerio pertinent consuetudines istae. De Ferden- 
del xxx denarii et consuetudines hundreti. Similiter de 
Dunitone. Et de altera Dunitone. Similiter de Brade- 
forde et de Ludebroch. 

Has terras tenent homines comitis Moritoniensis et 
retinent consuetudines regis, hoc est, xxx denarios de 
unaquaque uilla et consuetudines hundreti. — Exch. D, 
lOO (2) ; 2a. 



32 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

hundretum [sic] sed postquam rex Willielmus regnauit ablate 
sunt consuetudines predicte a mansione regis. 

Baginaldus habet mansionem de comite de Moritonio quae 
uocatur Dunitona quae tempore regis Eduuardi reddebat 
Ermentone manerio regis per consuetudinem xxx denarios et 
alias consuetudines pertinentes ad hundretum sed ablate sunt 
idem [sic] postquam rex Willielmus terram obtinuit. 

Baginaldus tenet i mansionem de comite de Moritonio 
quse uocatur Dunitona qu8B reddebat tempore regis Eduuardi 
xxx denarios per consuetudinem ad Ermentonam mansionem 
regis et alias consuetudines htmdreti sed postquam rex 
Willielmus regnum obtunuit [sic] ablate sunt consuetudines 
inde et denarii. 

Et de Bradeforda manerio comitis quod tenet Baginal de 
comite sunt ablate consuetudines et xxx denarii a predicto 
manerio regis. 

Et de Ludebroca quam tenet Baginaldus de comite sunt 
xxx denarii et consuetudines hundreti ablatae a predicta 
regis mansione. 

Baginal.— JSicow. R (85 b) 78. 



The king has a manor called Ermentona, which Ansger the 
hunchback held on the day on which king Edward was alive and 
dead, and it rendered geld for three hides. These can be ploughed 
by twenty ploughs. Of them the king has in demesne one hide, 
and three ploughs ; and the villeins have two hides, and seventeen 
ploughs. There the king has sixteen villeins, and thirty-six 
bordars, and ten serfs, and fifty sheep, and twelve goats, and one 
saltwork, and wood two leugas long and half a leuga broad, and 
eight acres of meadow, and it [the manor] renders annually thirteen 
pounds and ten shillings by weight and assay. 

This manor was part of the exchange for Badendone. 

The earl of Mortain has a manor called Ferdendel, which 
Godefride holds of him, which in the time of king Edward 
rendered by custom thirty pence to the king's manor Hermentona, 
and other customs which [pertain] to the hundred, but since king 
William has reigned the aforesaid customs have been withheld 
from the aforesaid king's manor. 

Baginald holds a manor of the earl of Mortain called Duni- 
tona, which in the time of king Edward rendered to the king's 
manor Ermentone by custom thirty pence and other customs per- 
taining to the hnni&ed, but since king William has obtained the 
land these have been withheld. 

Baginald holds a manor of the earl of Mortain called Dunitona, 
which rendered in the time of king Edward thirty pence by custom 
to the king's manor Ermentona, and other customs of the hundred. 



THE DEVONSHIBE DOMESDAY — ^EXCHEQUEB. 33 



The king holds Ermentone. Asgar held it in the time of king 
Edward, and it paid geld for three hides. There is land for 
twenty ploughs. In demesne are three ploughs, and ten serfs, 
and sixteen villeins, and thirty-six bordars, with seventeen ploughs. 
There are eight acres of meadow. Wood two leugas long and 
half a leuga broad There is a salt work. It [fA^ manor] renders 
thirteen pounds and ten shillings by weight and assay. 

To this manor pertain these customs. From Ferdendel thirty 
pence and the customs of the hundred. Similarly from Dunitone. 
And from another Dunitone. Similarly from Bradeford and from 
Ludebroch. 

These lands are held by the homagers of the earl of Mortain, 
and they withhold the king's customs ; that is, thirty pence from 
each manor, and the customs of the hundred. 



84 T^B DEVONSHIRE POMESDAT — EXBTEB. 

but since king William has obtained the kingdom, the customs 
from it and the pence have been withheld. 

And from the earl's manor Bradeforda, which Eaginal holds of 
the earl, customs and [the sum of] thirty pence have been withheld 
from the aforesaid king's manor. 

And from Ludebroca, which Eaginald holds of the earl, thirty 
pence and the customs of the hundred have been withheld from 
the aforesaid king's manor. 

Baginal. 

aiuetona* 

Bex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Auetona quam tenuit 
Ansgerus contractus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro vi hidis. Has possunt arare 
xxiiii carrucaB. Inde habet rex in dominio ii hidas et dimidiam 
et ii carrucas et uillani habent iii hidas et dimidiam et 
xxiiii camicas. Inde ibi habet rex xxv uillanos et xxii 
bordarios et ix seruos et i salinam et cxx ones et xx .capras et 
XXX agros nemoris et v agros prati et xxx agros pascuse et 
reddit per annum xiiii libi^as et x solidos. 

Et hsBC due predicte mansiones sunt de excabio [sic] 
Badentone.— -Biww R (85 b) 78. 

- The king has a manor called Auetona, which Ansger the 
hunchback held on the day on which king Edward was alive and 
dead, and it rendered geld for six hides. These can be ploughed by 
twenty-four ploughs. Of them the king has in demesne two hides 
and a half, and two ploughs; and the vUleins have three hides and 
a half, and twenty-four ploughs. There the king has twenty-five 
villeins, and twenty-two bordars, and nine serfs, and one saltwork, 
and a hundred and twenty sheep, and twenty goats, and thirty 
acres of wood, and five acres of meadow, and thirty acres of pas- 
ture, and it renders yearly fourteen pounds and ten shiUinga 
And these two aforesaid manors are in exchange for Badentona» 

l^itttotuu 

Bex habet i mansionem quse uocatur listona quam tenuit 
Editda regina ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus et reddidit gildum pro iii uirgis et dimidia. Hanc 
possunt arare xxv carrucaB. Inde habet rex dimidiam 
uirgam et v carrucas in dominio et villani i uirgam et 
dimidiam et xiiii carrucas. Ibi habet rex xxvi mllanos 
et xxiiii bordarios et xii seruos et Iv animalia et xvii 
porcos et eel ones et 1 capras et xl agros nemoris et xl agros 
prati et xlii agros pascuse. Haec mansio reddit per annum 
XY libras. Hanc tenet Goluinus ad firmam de rege. 



THB DEYOKSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUER. 35 



Abetone. 

Rex tenet Avetone. Asgar tenebat tempore regis 
Eduuardi et geldabat pro vi hidis. Terra est xxiiii carucis. 
In dominio sunt ii carucae et ix serui et xxv uillani et xxii 
bordarii cum xxiiii carucis. Ibi i salina et v acrae prati et 
XXX acrae pasturx, et xxx acrae siluae. Reddit xiiii libras 
et X solidos. 

Hxc duo maneria sunt de excambio Badentone. — Exch. 
D. ICO (4) ; 2 b. 



The king holds Avetone. Asgar held it in the time of king 
Edwardy and it paid geld for six hides. There is land for twenty- 
four ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and nine serfs, and 
twenty-five villeins, and twenty-two bordars, with twenty-four 
ploughs. There is one salt work, and there are ^vt acres of 
meadow, and thirty acres of pasture, and thirty acres of wood. 
It renders fourteen pounds and ten shillings. 

These two manors are \hdd\ in exchange for Badentone. 



|)M hitra«(ri|itu terras tenuit OmtH retina— moHo tenet rej:* 

l^fotoite* 

Listone tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro iii vii^atis 
terrae et dimidia. Terra xxv carucis. In dominio sunt 
V carucae et xii serui et xxvi uillani et xxiiii bordarii cum 
xiiii carucis. Ibi xl acrae prati et xlii acrae pasturae et 
xl acrae siluae. Reddit xv libras. 

Huic manerio pertinuerunt tempore regis Eduuardi 
duae terras Lanliner et Trebichen. Comes Moritoniensis 
tenet. — Exch. D. 100 (4) ; 2b, 

D 2 



36 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

Huic mansioni pertinuemnt ii mansiones ea die qua rex 
Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus. Ydus [sic] uocatur Lam- 
liner et alius uocatur Trebichen, quas comes Moretanise modo 
tenet— J^am. D. (93) 84. 

The king has a manor called Listona, which queen Eadgyth 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and 
it rendered geld for three viigates and a half. This can be ploughed 
by twenty-five plougha Of it the king has half a virgate and five 
ploughs in demesne, and the villeins have one virgate and a half 
and fourteen ploughs. There the king has twenty-six villeins, and 
twenty-four bordars, and twelve serfs, and fifty-five head of cattle, 
and seventeen swine, and two hundred and fifty sheep, and fifty 
goats, and forty acres of wood, and forty acres of meisuiow, and 
forty-two acres of pasture. This manor renders yearly fifteen 
pounda Coluin holds this for the king's ferm. 

To this manor were appurtenant two manors on the day on 
which king Edward was alive and dead. One is called LamUner, 
and the other is called Trebichen, which the earl of Mortain now 
holds. 

Sex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Chentona quam tenuit 
regina Eideta ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus 
et reddidit gildumi pro iii hidis et i ferdino. Has possunt 
arare xx carruc^. Inde habet rex in dominio i hidam et iiii 
camicas et uillani ii hidas et i ferdinum et xv carrucas. Ibi 
habet rex xxx uillanos et x bordarios et vi seruos et iiii por- 
carios et reddunt per annum xx solidos et viii salinarios et 
reddunt per annum xx solidos et xx animalia et cc oves et 
XX capras et i molendinum qui reddit per annum 1 denarios 
et dimidiam leugam nemoris in longitudine et iiii quadra- 
genarias in latitudine et x agros prati et el agros pascuse, et 
ualet per annum xxx libras. — Uxon D. (94 b) 86. 

The king has a manor called Chentona which queen Eadgyth 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and 
it rendered geld for three hides and one ferling. These can be 
ploughed by twenty ploughs. Of them the king has in demesne 
one hide and four ploughs, and the villeins have two hides and one 
ferling, and fifteen ploughs. There the king has thirty villeins, and 
ten bordars, and six 8ei&, and four swineherds (and they render by 
the year twenty shillings), and eight saltmakers (and they render 
by the year twenty shillings), and twenty head of cattle, and two 
hundred sheep, and twenty goats, and one mill, which renders 
yearly fifty pence, and wood half a leuga in length and four furlongs 
in breadth, and ten acres of meadow, and a himdred and fifty acres 
of pasture, and it is worth by the year thirty pounds. 



THE DEVONSHIKB DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 37 



QLittt ttiOier^orinen lanta toere tM bp queen CaHjrP^t; 

nolo tit kins (ol^< ^l^^ni* 

Listone, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for three 
virgates of land and a halt There is land for twenty-five 
ploughs. In demesne are five ploughs, and twelve serfs, and 
twenty-six villeins, and twenty-four bordars, with fourteen ploughs. 
There are forty acres of meadow, and forty-two acres of pasture^ 
and forty acres of wood It renders fifteen pounds. 

To this manor pertained in the time of king Edward two 
lands, Lanliner and Trebichen. The earl of Mortain holds 
them. 



(Slentone. 

Chentone tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro iii hidis 
et uno ferling. Terra est xx carucis. In dominie sunt iiii 
carucae et vi serui et xxx uillani et x bordarii cum xv 
carucis. Ibi iiii porcarii reddentes xx solidos et viii salinarii 
reddentes xx solidos. Ibi molinus reddens 1 denarios et x 
acrae prati et cl acrae pasturae. Silua dimidia leuca longitu-^ 
dine et iiii quarentenae latitudine. Reddit xxx libras. — 
ExcA. Z>, icx) (4) ; 2 6. 



Chentone in the time of king Edward paid geld for three hides 
and one ferling. There is land for twenty ploughs. In demesne 
are four ploughs, and six serfs, and thirty villeins, and ten bordars, 
with fifteen ploughs. There are four swineherds rendering twenty 
shillings, and eight saltmakers rendering twenty shillings. There 
is a mill rendering fifty pence, and there are ten acres of meadow, 
and a hundred and fifty acres of pasture. Wood half a leuga 
long and four furlongs broad. It renders thirty pounds. 



38 THE DXVONSHIRB DOMESDAY — EXETEB, 

Mottmoltoiuu 

Eex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Nortmoltona quam 
tenuit regina ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida et dimidia. Has possunt 
arare c carrucsB. Inde habet rex in dominio i uirgam et 
vii carrucas et uillani iii uiigaa et dimidiam et xl carrucas. 
Ibi habet rex xliiii uillanos et 1 bordarios et iiii ferruarioa 
et XV porcarios et xi seruos et xxx animalia et clxx oues 
et xxx capras et i leugam nemusculi in longitudine et in 
latitudine et ii leugas prati et ii leugas pascuae, et reddit 
xlv libras per annum, — Ilxon. D, (945) 86. 

The king has a manor called Nortmoltona, which the queen 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and 
it rendered geld for one hide and a half. These can be ploughed 
by a hundred ploughs. Of them the king has in demesne one 
virgate and seven ploughs, and the villeins have three virgates and 
a half and forty ploughs. There the king has forty-four villeins, 
and fifty bordars, and four furiers, and fifteen swineherds, and 
eleven serfs, and thirty head of cattle, and a hundred and seventy 
sheep, and thirty goats, and of coppice one leuga in length and 
breadth, and two leugas of meadow, and two leugas of pasture; 
and it renders forty-five pounds yearly. 



WBlttifoxt* 

Bex habet i mansionem qua^ uocatur Wenfbrt quam tenuit 
Edida regina ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus 
et defendit se pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt arare xx 
carrucae. Inde habet rex in dominio i uirgam et ii carrucas. 
Uillani habent viii carrucas. Ibi habet rex x et viii uillanos 
et X bordarios et x seruos et xlv oues et xiiii capras et Ix 
agros nemoris et xxx agros prati et dimidiam leugam pascuas 
in longitudine et tantundem in latitudine et reddit per 
annum x et viii libras de denariis xx in ora. — JExon. D. 
(95 6) 87. 

The king has a manor called Wenfort, which queen Eadgyth 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
is answerable for half a hide. This can be ploughed by twenty 
ploughs. Of it the king has in demesne one virgate, and two 
ploughs The villeins have eight ploughs. There the king has 
eighteen villeins, and ten bordars, and ten serfs, and forty>five 



THE DEYOIJSHIBE DOMESDAY — SXGHEQUEB. 39 

Mortmoltone. 

Nortmoltone tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro 
i hida et dimidia. Terra est c carucis. In dominio sunt 
vii carucae et xi serui et xliiii uillani et 1 bordarii et iiii 
ferrarios [sic] cum xl carucis et xv porcarii. Ibi ii leucae 
prati et tantundem pasturae et una leuca silux in longi- 
tudine et latitudine. Reddit xlv libras. — ExcA. D. lOO 
(4); 2*. 



Nortmoltone, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for one 
hide and a half. There is land for a hundred ploughs. In 
demesne are seven ploughs, and eleven serfs, and forty-four 
villeins, and fifty bordars, and four farriers, with forty ploughs 
and fifteen swineherds. There are two leugas of meadow, and 
as many of pasture, and of wood one leuga in length and 
breadth. It renders forty-five pounds. 



Wenford tempore regis Eduuardi se defendebat pro 
dimidia hida. Terra est xx carucis. In dominio sunt ii 
carucae et x serui et xviii uillani et x bordarii cum viii 
carucis. Ibi xxx acrae prati et Ix acrae siluae et pastura 
dimidia leuca in longitudine et latitudine. Reddit xviii 
libras denariorum de xx in ora. — Exch. D. lOO (4) ; 2 b. 



Wenford, in the time of king Edward, was answerable for half 
a hide. There is land for twenty ploughs. In demesne are two 
ploughs, and ten serfs, and eighteen villeins, and ten bordars, 
with eight ploughs. There are thirty acres of meadow, and sixty 
acres of wood, and pasture half a leuga in length and breadth. 
It renders eighteen pounds of twenty pence in the ore. 



40 THE DEVONSHIBE DOMESDAT — EXETER. 

sheep, and fourteen goats, and sixty acres of wood, and thirty 
acres of meadow, and of pasture half a leuga in length and as 
much in hreadth, and it renders yearly eighteen pounds of twenty 
pence in the ore. 

ffAurtona* 

Bex habet i maDsionem quas uocatur Tauetona quam tenuit 
Guitda ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuos at 
reddidit gildunx pro iii hidis et i vii^a. Has peasant arrare 
1 carrucse. Inde habet rex dimidiam hidam et viii carrucas in 
dominie et villani i hidam et dimidiam et i ferdinum et 
xxxvi carrucas. Ibi habet rex 1 uillanes et xxx bordarios et 
xii semes et c animalia et coco oues et Ixx capras et ii leugas 
nemoris in lengitudine et ii quadrageuarias in latitudine et 
Ix agres prati et iiii leugas pascuae in lengitudine et iiii leugas 
in latitudine. Hsec mansie reddit xlviii libras ad pensum et 
quande Balduiniis recepit earn reddebat tantundem. 

lu ista mansiene est i mansie quae uecatur Aissa quam 
tenuit Uluricus pariter ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus 
et mertuus et reddidit gildum pre i uirga et dimidia. Hanc 
pessunt arare iii carrucse. Ibi habet rex vi uillanes et habent 
iii carrucas et ibi habet rex i seruum et x agres prati et viii 
agros pascuae. Hsec ualet xxx selides et est eccupata in 
supradicta mansiene tempore Willelmi regis. — Exon. D. 
(93) 84. 

The king has a manor called Tauetona which Gytha held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for three hides and one virgate. These can be ploughed by 
fifty plough& Of them the king has half a hide and eight plougb^ 
in demesne, and the villeins have one hide and a half and one 
ferling, and thirty-six ploughs. There the king has fifty villeins, 
and thirty bordars, and twelve serfs, and a hundred head of cattle, 
and four hundred sheep, and seventy goats, and of wood two 
leugas in length and two furlongs in breadth, and sixty acres of 
meadow, and of pasture four leugas in length and four leugas in 
breadth. This manor renders forty-eight pounds by weight, and 
it rendered as much when Baldwin received it. 

In this manor is a manor which is called Aissa, which Uluric 
held in partage on the day on which king Edward was alive and 
dead, and it rendered geld for one virgate and a half. This can be 
ploughed by three ploughs. There the king has six villeins, and 
they have three ploughs, and there the king has one serf, and ten 
acres of meadow, and eight acres of pasture. This [wwnor] is 
worth thirty shillings, and it was occupied as part of the aforesaid 
manor in the time of king William. 



THE DSVONSHIBE DOHBSDAT — EXCHEQUEB. 41 



f>m tfttbtfe^tentia maiteria tenHit (Siitia mater |)eraltii tomitic. 

SAtoetotie. 

Tavetone tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro iii hidis 
et una virgata terrae. Terra est 1 carucis. In dominio 
sunt viii carucae et xii serui et 1 uillani A xxx bordarii cum 
xxxvi carucis. Ibi Ix acrae prati. Pastura iiii leucae longi- 
tudine et iiii leucae latitudine. Silua ii leucae longitudine 
et ii latitudine. Reddit xlviii libras ad pensum. 

Huic manerio adiacet Aisse. Vlfric tenebat tempore regis 
Eduuardi pro manerio et geldabat pro una virgata terrae et 
dimidia. Terra est iii carucis. Has habent ibi vi uillani 
cum i seruo. Ibi x acrae prati et viii acrae pasturae. Valet 
xxx solidos. Haec est occupata in supradicto manerio 
tempore Willelmi regis. — ExcA. D, loo (4) ; 2 b. 



^\t foUotoinff manors toere \t\A bp (Spt^a, tte motliet of 

earl |)arolli. 

Tavetone in the time of king Edward paid geld for three hides 
and one virgate of land. There is land for fifty ploughs. In 
demesne are eight ploughs, and twelve serfs, and fifty villeins, and 
thirty bordars, with thirty-six ploughs. There are sixty acres of 
meadow. Pasture four leugas long and four leugas broad Wood 
two leugas in length and two in breadth. It renders forty-eight 
pounds by weight 

To this manor is adjacent Aisse. Ulfiic held it in the time of 
King Edward as a manor, and it paid geld for one virgate of land 
and a half. There is land for three ploughs. These \ploughs\ 
six villeins with one serf have there. Ten acres of meadow are 
there, and eight acres of pasture. It is worth thirty shillings. 
This [manor] was occupied as part of the above-mentioned manor 
in the time of king William. 



42 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXETEfi. 

Jl^ertttona. 

Eex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Hertitona quam tenuit 
Guitda ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus et 
reddidit gildum pro ix hidis. Has possunt arare c et x 
carrucaa. Inde habet rex i hidam et xv carrucas in dominio 
et villani viii hidas et xxx carrucas. Ibi habet rex Ix uillanos 
et xlv bordarios et xxx seruos et c et xxxvu animalia et 1 
porcos et dec oues at c capras et xii agros nemoris et x agros 
prati et i leugam pascuse in longitudine et aliam in latitudine. 
Msec mansio reddit per annum xlviii libras ad pensum et 
quando Balduinus uicecomes recepit earn reddebat xxiii 
libras ad pensum. — Exon, D, (936) 85. 

The king has a manor called Hertitona, which Gytha held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for nine hides. These can be ploughed by a 
hundred and ten ploughs. Of them the king has one hide and 
fifteen ploughs in demesne, and the villeins have eight hides and 
thirty ploughs. There the king has sixty villeins, and forty-five 
bordars, and thirty serfs, and a hundred and thirty-seven head of 
cattle, and fifty swine, and seven hundred sheep, and a hundred 
goats, and twelve acres of wood, and ten acres of meadow, and 
pasture one leuga in length and another in breadth. This manor 
renders yearly forty-eight pounds by weight ; and when Baldwin 
the sheriff received it, it rendered twenty-three pounds by weight. 

STorftotuu 

Bex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Toritona quam tenuit 
Geda ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus et 
reddidit gildum pro i uirga et i ferlino. Hanc possunt arare 
vii carrucae. Inde habet rex i fertinum et i carrucam in 
dominio et uillani habent i uirgam et v carrucas. Ibi habet 
rex vi uillanos et iiii bordarios et iii seruos et iii animalia et 
1 oues et ii agros nemoris et i agrum prati et viii agros pascuae 
et reddit per annum xl solidos ad pensum. — JExan. D, (94) 85. 

The king has a manor called Toritona, which Gytha held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate and one ferling. This can be ploughed by 
seven ploughs. Of it the king has one ferling, and one plough in 
demesne; and the villeins have one virgate and five ploughs. 
There the king has six villeins, and four bordars, and three serfs, 
and three head of cattle, and fifty sheep, and two acres of wood, 
and one acre of meadow, and eight acres of pasture ; and it renders 
yearly forty shillings by weight 



THX DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 43 

Hertitone tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro ix hidis. 
Terra est ex carucis. In dominio sunt xv carucce et.xxx 
serui et Ix uillani et xlv bordarii cum xxx carucis. Ibi 
x acrae prati et xii acrae siluas. Pastura i leuca longitudine 
et alia latitudine. Reddit xlviii libras ad pensum. Ante 
Balduinum reddebat xxiii libras. — Exch. D, loo (4) ; 2 b. 



Hertitone, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for nine 
hides. There is ^land for a hundred and ten ploughs. In 
demesne are fifteen ploughs, and thirty serfs, and sixty villeins, 
and forty-five bordars, with thirty ploughs. There are ten acres 
of meadow, and twelve acres of wood. Pasture one leuga in 
length and another in breadth. It renders forty-eight pounds by 
weight Before Baldwin it rendered twenty-three pounds. 



SToritotie* 

Toritone tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro una 
virgata terrae et uno ferlingo. Terra est vii carucis. In 
dominio est i caruca et iii serui et vi uillani et iiii bordarii 
cum V carucis. Ibi i acra prati et viii acrae pasturae et ii 
acrae siluae. Reddit xl soiidos ad pensum. — Exch, D. 
100 (4) ; 2 b. 



Toritone, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for one 
virgate of land and one ferling. There is land for seven ploughs. 
In demesne are one plough, and three serfs, and six villeins, and 
four bordars, with fcft ploughs. There are one acre of meadow, 
and eight acres of pasture, and two acres of wood. It renders 
forty shillings by weight. 



44 THE DEYONSHIBE DOMESDAY — EXETEB. 

WBliviqa. 

Bex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Wiriga quam tenuit 
Gida ea die qua Eduuardus rex fait uiuus et mortuus et 
reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare iii carruc®. 
Inde habet rex in dominio tertiam anius uirgae et i carrucam. 
Et uillani ii partes illius uirgse et iii carrucas. Ibi habet rex 
iii uillanos et iii bordarios et ii seruos et xxvi oues et xii 
agros nemoris et vi agros prati et xl agros pascuae, et reddit 
per annum vi libras et quando recepit valuit tantundem. 

£t huic mansioni est coniuncta terra ii tagnorum qui 
tenuerunt pariter ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildunx pro tribus ferdinis. Has potest 
arare i carruca et in istis maneiit adhuc iii uillani qui reddunt 
V solidos per annum predictae mansioni — Exon, D. (96) 88. 

The king has a manor called Wiriga, which Gytha held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate. This can bo ploughed by three ploughs. Of 
it the king has in demesne a third of one virgate, and one plough ; 
and the villeins have two-thirds of the same viigate, and three 
ploughs. There the king has three villeins, and three bordars, and 
two serfs, and twenty-six sheep, and twelve acres of wood, and six 
acres of meadow, and forty acres of pasture ; and it renders yearly 
six pounds, and when he received it it was worth as much. 

And to this manor has been united the land of two thanes, who 
held in partage on the day on which king Edward was alive and 
dead, and it rendered geld for three f erlings. These can be ploughed 
by one plough, and upon them still remain three villeins, who 
render five shillings yearly to the aforesaid manor. 



SitoSeiierfa* 

Rex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Wodeberia quam 
tenuit Guitda ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus 
et reddidit gildum pro x hidis. Has possunt arare xxxv 
carrucae. Inde habet rex v hidas et ii carrucas in dominio. 
Et uillani v hidas et xx carrucas. Ibi habet rex xxx uillanos 
et xxii bordarios et vi seruos et ii roncinos et xv animalia 
et iiii porcos et Ix oues et i molendinum qui reddit vii solidos 
et vi denarios i leugam nemoris in longitudine et dimidiam in 
latitudine et xxx agros prati et ccc agros pascuas. Haec reddit 
xxiii libras ad pensum et quando Balduinus recepit xviii 
libras. 

Inde habet abbas sancti Michaelis de Monte ecclesiam et 



THE DEVONSHIRB DOMESDAY — ^EXCHEQUER. 45- 

Wirige tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro una virgata 
terrae. Terra est iii carucis. In dominio est una caruca et 
ii serui et iii uillani et iii bordarii cum iii carucis. Ibi vi 
acrae prati et xl acrae pasturae et xii acrae siluae. Valet vi 
libras. 

Huic manerio est addita terra duorum tainorum quam 
tenebant libere tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro iii 
ferlings. Terra est i carucae. Ibi sunt iii uillani et reddit 
V. solidos. — Exch, D, lOO (4) ; 2 b. 



Wirige, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for one virgate 
of land There is land for three ploughs. In demesne are one 
plough, and two serfs, and three villeins, and three bordars, with 
three ploughs. There are six acres of meadow, and forty acres 
of pasture, and twelve acres of wood. It is worth six pounds. 

To this manor has been added the land of two thanes, which 
they held freely in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for 
three ferlings. There is land for one plough. There are three 
villeins, and it renders five shillings. 



Wodeberie tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro x hidis. 
Terra est xxxv carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et vi 
serui et xxx uillani et xxii bordarii cum xx carucis. Ibi 
molinus reddens vii solidos et vi denarios. Ibi xxx acrae 
prati et ccc acrae pasturae. Silua i leuca longitudine et 
dimidia leuca latitudine. Reddit xxiii libras ad pensum. 
Ante Balduinum xviii libras. 

Ecclesia Sancti Michaelis tenet aecclesiam huius manerii 
cum i hida et una virgata et dimidio ferling. Valet xx 
solidos. — Exch. D. 100 (4) ; 2A 



46 THB DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXETER. 

terram quam tenuit sacerdos ea die qua rex Eduuardus fait 
uiuus et mortuus. Hoc est dimidia hida et i uirga et dimidium 
ferlinum et ualet per annum xx solidos cum communi pascuo. 
—Exon. D. (966) 88. 

The king has a manor called Wodeberia, which Gytha held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it ren- 
dered geld for ten hides. These can be ploughed by thirty-five 
ploughs. Of them the king has five hides and two ploughs in 
demesne, and the villeins have five hides and twenty ploughs. 
There the king has thirty villeins, and twenty-two bordars, and 
six serfs, and two pack-horses, and fifteen head of cattle, and four 
swine, and sixty sheep, and a mill which renders seven shillings 
and six pence, wood one leuga in length and half a leuga in 
breadth, and thirty acres of meadow, and three hundred acres of 
pasture. This [manor] renders thirty-three pounds by weight; 
and when Baldwin received it, it rendered eighteen pounds. 

Of it the abbot of St Michaers has the church, and land which 
a priest held on the day on which king Edward was alive and 
dead ; that is, half a hide, and one virgate, and hEtlf a ferling ; and 
it is worth yearly twenty shillings, with common pasture. 



(CeBeHtttotuu 

Bex habet i mansionem qusd uocatur Cedelintona quam 
tenuit Guitda ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus 
et reddidit gildum pro vii hidis. Has possunt arare liii 
carrucse. Inde habet rex in dominio iii hidas et ii carrueas 
et uillani iiii hidas et xxxvi carrueas. Ibi habet rex xliii 
uillanos et xlviii bordarios et x seruos et clvii ones et xx 
quadragenarias nemoris in longitudine et dimidiam leugam in 
latitudine et xii agros prati et el agros pascuse et reddit 
xxiiii libras ad pondus et ad combustionem et quando 
Bauduinus recepit xviii libras tantundem. 

Huic mansioni supradictse adiacebat alia mansio tempore 
regis Eduuardi quae uocatur Sirefort quam tenet modo abbas 
de BataiUa et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc 
possunt arare viii carrucsd. Inde habet abbas in dominio 
i uirgam et i carrucam et uillani i uirgam et vi carracas. 
Ibi habet abbas iiii uillanos et xi bordarios et ii seruos et 
xxxvii ones et vi agros nemusculi et iiii agros prati et ualet 
per annum iii libras et quando abbas recepit tantundem. — 
Hxan. D. (97) 89. 

The king has a manor called Cedelintona, which Oytha held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 



THE DSYONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXGHEQUSR. 47 



Wodeberie, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for ten 
hides. There is land for thirty-five ploughs. In demesne are 
two ploughs, and six serfs, and thirty villeins, and twenty-two 
bordars, with twenty ploughs. There is a mill rendering seven 
shillings and six pence. Th^re are thirty acres of meadow, and 
three hundred acres of pasture. Wood one leuga in length and 
half a leuga in breadth. It renders twenty-three pounds by 
weight Before Baldwin it rendered eighteen pounds. 

The church' of St. Michael holds the church of this manor, 
with one hide, and one virgate, and half a ferling. It is worth 
twenty shillings. 



(CtBeUntone* 

Cedelintone tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro vH 
hidis. Terra est liii carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et 
X serui et xliii uillani et xlviii bordarii. Ibi xii acrae prati 
et cl acrse pasture silua xx quarentenae longitudine et 
dimidia leuca latitudine. Reddit xxiiii libras ad pensum 
et arsuram. 

Huic manerio pertinebat tempore regis Eduuardi Sireford 
et geldabat pro dimidia hida. Terra est viii carucis. Modo 
tenet abbas de Labatailge et ibi habet iiii uillanos et xi 
bordarios et ii seruos cum vi carucis. Ibi iiii acrae prati et 
vi acrae siluae minutae. Valuit et ualet iii libras. — Exch. D. 
lOp (4) ; 2 & 



Cedelintone, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for seven 
hides. There is land for fifty-three ploughs. In demesne are 



48 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

geld for seven hide& These can be ploughed by fifty-three ploughs. 
Of them the king has in demesne three hides and two ploughs, 
and the villeins have four hides and thirty-six ploughs. There 
the king has forty-three villeins, and forty-eight bordars, and ten 
serfs, and a hundred and fifty-seven sheep, and of wood twenty 
furlongs in length and half a leuga in breadth, and twelve acres of 
meadow, and a hundred and fifty acres of pasture ; and it renders 
twenty-four pounds by weight and assay, and it rendered as much 
when Baldwin received it 

Skittfoxt 

To this above-mentioned manor was adjacent in the time of 
king Edward another manor called Sirefort, which the abbot 
of Battle now holds, and it rendered geld for half -a hide. This 
can be ploughed by eight ploughs. Of it the abbot has in demesne 
one virgate and one i)lough, and the villeins have one virgate and 
six ploughs. There the abbot has four villeins, and eleven bordars, 
and two serfs, and thirty-seven sheep, and six acres of coppice, and 
four acres of meadow ; and it is worth yearly three pounds, and it 
was worth as much when tiie abbot received it. 

STotttetona* 

Rex habet i mansionem quae vocatur Tooiretona quam tenuit 
Gida ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus et red- 
didit gildum pro iii hidis et dimidia. Has possunt aiare 
xxxvi carrucae. Inde habet rex in dominie i hidam et 
dimidiam et uillani ii hidas et xxx carrucas. Ibi habet rex 
xxxv uillanos et xxiiii bordarios et xix seruos et iii porcarios 
qui reddunt x porcos et xxviii cues et ii molendinos qui red- 
dunt v solidos et vi denarios et i leugam in longitudine et vi 
quadragenarias et dimidiam in latitudine et iiii quadragenarias 
nemoris et xiiii agros prati et xl agios pascuse communis et 
ualet xviii libras per annum ad pondus et arsuram. — Exon. D. 
(98) 90 ; ayid again in same terms (1106) 102. 

The king has a manor called Touretona which Oytha held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for three hides and a hal£ These can be ploughed by thirty- 
six ploughs. Of them the king has in demesne one hide and a 
half, and the villeins two hides and thirty plougha There the 
king has thirty-five viQeins, and twenty-four bordars, and nineteen 
serfs, and three swineherds, who render ten swine and twenty-eight 
sheep, and two mills which render five shillings and sixpence, and 
wood one leuga in length and six furlongs and a half in breadth, 
and four furlongs, and fourteen acres of meadow and forty acres of 
common pasture ; and it is worth yearly eighteen pounds by weight 
and assay. 



THB DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— SXCHEQUEK. 49 

two ploughs, and ten serfs, and forty-three villeins, and forty-eight 
bordars. There are twelve acres of meadow, and a hundred and 
fifty acres of pasture, wood twenty furlongs in length and half a 
leuga in breadth. It renders twenty-four pounds by weight and 
assay. 



SbitttotV. 

To this manor was appurtenant, in the time of king Edwardi 
Sirefordy and it paid geld for half a hide. There is land for eight 
ploughs. Now the abbot of Battle holds it, and he has there 
four villeins, and eleven bordars, and two serfs, with six ploughs^ 
There are four acres of meadow and six acres of coppice. It was 
and is worth three pounds. 



Tovretone tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro iii hidi^ 
et dimidia. Terra est xxxvi carucis. Ibi xxxv uillani et 
xxiiii bordari et xix serui cum xxx carucis. Ibi iii porcarii 
reddentes x porcos. Ibi ii molini reddentes Ixvi denarios. 
Ibi xiiii acrae prati et xl acrse pasturae communis et iiii 
quarentenae siluae et una leuca in longitudine et vi quaren- 
tenae et dimidia in latitudine. Valet xviii libras ad pondus 
et arsuram. — EzcA. D, lOO (4) ; 2 A 



Tovretone in the time of king Edward paid geld for three hides 
and a half. There is land for thirty-sbc ploughs. There are 
thirty-five villeins, and twenty-four bordars, and nineteen serfs^ 
with thirty ploughs. There are three swineherds rendering ten 
swine, lliere are two mills rendering sixty-six pence. There are 
fourteen acres of meadow, and forty acres of common pasture, 
and of wood four furlongs and one leuga in length, and six fur- 
longs and a half in breadth. It is worth eighteeil pounds by 
weight and assay. 



E 



50 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXETEB. 

UlttreDfntotuu 

Bex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Yluredintona quam 
tenuit mater Haraldi comitis die qua rex Eduuardus fuit 
uimis et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro vi hidis et dimidia. 
Hanc possunt arare Ixxx et vi carrucse. De his habet rex in 
dominio i hidam et vi carrucas et uillani aliam terram et 
xxvii carrucas. Ibi habet rex c et xvi uiUanos et xxv bor- 
darios et xxv quolibertos [sic] et xx seruos et xx et v 
animalia et cl oues et xx porcos et xx agros nemoris et 
c agros prati et D agros pascuse et reddit xx libras ad 
BUTnerum et tempore regis Eduuardi reddebat xxiiii libras. 

De his vi hidis et dimidia tenet comes de Moritonio 
dimidiam hidam quae ibi pertinebat die qua rex Eduuardus 
fuit uiuus et mortuus. — Exon. D. (98) 90. 

The kibg has one manor called Yluredintona, which the mother 
of earl Harold held on the day on which king Edward was alive 
and dead, and it rendered geld for six hides and a half. This can 
be ploughed by eighty-six ploughs. Of it the king has in demesne 
one hide and six ploughs, and the villeins have the rest of the land 
and twenty-seven ploughs. There the king has a hundred and 
sixteen villeins, and twenty-five bordars, and twenty-five colberts, 
and twenty ser&, and twenty-five head of cattle, and a hundred 
and fifty sheep, and twenty pigs, and twenty acres of wood, and 
a hundred acres of meadow, and five hundred acres of pasture; 
and it renders twenty pounds by tale, and in the time of king 
Edward it rendered twenty-four pounds. 

Of these six hides and a half, the earl of Mortain holds half a 
hide, which pertained to it on the day on which king Edward 
was alive and dead. 



3DomiQtcatli0 reffttf in Z)e)ieiu0tra* 

iSraSeistaita. 

Bex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Bradestana quam 
tenuit Haroldus comes ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc 
possunt arare viii carrucae. Inde habet rex dimidiam uirgam 
et i carrucam in dominio et villani i uirgam et dimidiam et 
vi carrucas. Ibi habet rex xvii villanos et iiii bordarioa 
et iii seruos et iiii animalia et xl oues et xv agros nemoris 
et i agrum prati. Haec mansio reddit Ix solidos ad pensum 
et quando Balduinus uicecomes recepit eam ad firmam 
reddebat tantundem. — JExan, D. (93) 84. 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY —EXCHEQUER. 51 

Ulvredintone tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro 
vi hidis et dimidia. Ghida tenebat tempore r^s 
Eduuardi Terra est quatuor xx vi carucis. In dominio 
sunt vi carucae et xx semi et xxv coliberti et xvi uillani 
et xxv bordarii cum xxvii carucis. Ibi c acrse prati et 
XX acrae siluae et quingentae acrae pasture. Reddit xx 
libras ad numerum. Olim reddebat xxiiii libras. 

De hac terra tenet comes Moritoniensis dimidiam 
hidam quae ibi pertinebat tempore regis Eduuardi. — 
Exch. D, loi (2); 3 A 



Ulvredintone, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for six 
hides and a half. Gjrtha held it in the time of king Edward. 
There is land for eighty-six ploughs. In demesne are six 
ploughs, and twenty serfs, and twenty-five Colberts, and sixteen 
villeins, and twenty-five bordars, with twenty-seven ploughs. 
There are a hundred acres of meadow, and twenty acres of 
wood, and five hundred acres of pasture. It renders twenty 
pounds by tale. Formerly it rendered twenty-four pounds. 

Of this land the earl of Mortain holds half a hide, which was 
appurtenant to it in the time of king Edward. 



iSraOeKtotie. 

Bradestone tempore r^is Eduuardi geldabat pro dimidia 
hida. Terra est viii carucis. In dominio est i caruca et 
iii serui et xvii uillani et iiii bordarii cum vi carucis. Ibi 
i acra prati et xv acrae siluae. Reddit iii libras ad pensam. 
— Exck D. loi (i) ; ^a. 



B 2 



52 THE DBVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^KXET£R. 

!Deme«iie of ti^e fctaf it Z)etooiu((ure. 

The king has a manor called Bradestana, which earl Harold 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and 
it rendered geld for half a hide. This can be ploughed by eight 
ploughs. Of it the king has half a virgate and one plough in 
demesne, and the villeins have one virgate and a half and six 
ploughs. There the king has seventeen villeins, and four bordars, 
and three serfs, and four head of cattle, and forty sheep, and 
fifteen acres of wood, and one acre of meadow. This manor 
renders sixty shillings by weight, and it rendered as much when 
BcJdwin the sheriff received it 



Sodtitotia. 

Bex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Torintona qnam 
tenuit Haroldus comes ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro ii hidis i uirga minus. 
Has possunt arare xxxi carrucss. Inde habet rex dimidiam 
hidam et vi camicas in dominie et viUani i hidam et i uirgam 
et XXV camicas. Ibi habet rex xx uillanos et xxii bordarios 
et X porcarios et xv seruos et Ixxx ii minus animalia et xxx 
porcos et cc cues et 1 capras et i leugam nemoris in longitu- 
dine et dimidiam leugam in latitudine et xx agios prati et i 
leugam pascuse in longitudine et i leugam in latitudine. 
Haec mansio reddit xviii librae ad pensum et quando Bald- 
uinus uicecomes recepit eam reddebat tantundem. 

Mansio de Podiforda reddit per annum xxx denarios huic 
mansioni. — Exon. B, (93 V) 85. 

The king has a manor called Torintona, which earl Harold held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for two hides, less one virgate. These can be 
ploughed by thirty-one ploughs. Of them the king has half a 
hide, and six ploughs in demesne, and the villeins have one hide 
and one virgate, and twenty-five ploughs. There the king has 
twenty villeins, and twenty-two bordars, and ten swineherds, and 
fifteen serfs, and seventy-eight head of cattle, and thirty swine, 
and two hundred sheep, and fifty goats, and wood one leuga in 
length and a half leuga in breadth. This manor renders eighteen 
pounds by weighty and it rendered as much when Baldwin the 
sheriff received it. 

The manor of Podifoida renders yearly thirty pence to this 
manor. 



THE DEVONSHIBE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 53 

®arl |)arol)i delH t^tit foUototns Contteeit UinHtf. 

Bradestone, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for half a 
hide. There is land for eight ploughs. In demesne are one 
plough, and three serfe, and seventeen villeins, and four bordars, 
with six ploughs. There is one acre of meadow and there are 
fifteen acres of wood. It renders three pounds by weight. 



Corfntone. 

Torintone geldabat tempore r^is Eduuardi pro ii hidis 
una virgata terrse minus. Terra est xxxi carucis. In 
dominio sunt vi carucae et xv serui et xx uillani et xxii 
bordarii cum xxv carucis. Ibi x porcarii et xx acrae prati. 
Pastura una leuca longitudine et una leuca latitudine. 
Silua i leuca longitudine et dimidia leuca latitudine. 
Reddit xviii libras ad pensam. 

Huic manerio reddit Podiford xxx denarios. — ExcA. D. 
ioi(i);3^j. 



Torintone paid geld, in the time of king Edward, for two hides 
less one vixgate of land. There is land for thirty-one ploughs. In 
demesne are six ploughs, and fifteen serfs, and twenty villeins, 
and twenty-two bordars, with twenty-five ploughs. There are ten 
swineherds and twenty acres of meadow. Pasture one leuga in 
length and one leuga in breadth. Wood one leuga in length and 
half a leuga in breadth. It renders eighteen pounds by weight. 

To this manor Podiford renders thirty pence. 



54 THE DEVOKSUIKE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

Bex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Haldeurdi qaam tenuit 
Haroldus comes ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus et reddidit gildum pro ii hidis i uirga et dimidia minus. 
Has possunt arare xxx carruc^e. Inde habet rex i uii*gam et 
viii carrucas in dominio et villani i hidam et dimidiam et xx 
carrucaa Ibi habet rex xl uillanos et xx bordarios et xv 
seruos et c animalia x minus et xxx porcos et ccc oues et xx 
capras et i quadragenariam nemoris et Ixxx agros prati et i 
leugam pascua3 in longitudine et aliam in latitudine. Hsec 
mansio reddit xii libras ad pensum et quando Balduinus uice- 
comes recepit eam reddebat tantundem. — Exon, D. (93 i) 85. 

The king has a manor called Haldeurdi, which earl Harold held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for two hides^ less one virgate and a hal£ These 
can be ploughed by thirty ploughs. Of them the king has one 
virgate and eight ploughs in demesne, and the villeins have one 
hide and a half and twenty ploughs. There the king has forty 
villeins, and twenty bordars, and fifteen serfs, and ninety head of 
cattle, and thirty swine, and three hundred sheep, and twenty 
goats, and one furlong of wood, and eighty acres of meadow, and 
pasture one leuga in length and another in breadth. 

This manor renders twelve pounds by weight; and when Baldwin 
the sheriff received it, it rendered as much. 



Kex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Sepesberia quam 
tenuit Heraldus comes ea die qua rex Eduuanius fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro v hidis. Has possunt arare 
xxxvii carrucse. Inde habet rex i hidam et x carrucas in 
dominio et uillani habent iiii hidas et xxiii carrucas. Ibi 
habet rex xxxvi uillanos et xiiii bordarios et xx seruos et vi 
porcarios et c animalia x minus et xxx porcos et D oues et 1 
capras et i legam [sic] nemoris in longitudine et tantundem 
in latitudine et xxx agros prati et i leugam pascuss in longi- 
tudine et tantundem in latitudine et reddit per annum x et 
viii libras ad pensum. — Uxon, D, (94) 85. 

The king has a manor called Sepesberia which earl Harold held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it ren- 
dered geld for five hides. These can be ploughed by thirty-seven 
ploughs. Of them the king has one hide and ten ploughs in 
demesne, and the villeins have four hides and twenty-three plougha 



THIS DSYONSHIRK DOMESDAY — ^EXCHEQUEB. 55 

Haldeword tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro i hida 
et li virgatis terrae et dimidia. Terra est xxx carucis. In 
dominio sunt viii carucae et xv serui et xl uillani et xx 
bordarii cum xx carucis. Ibi quatuor xx acrae prati et 
una acra siluae. Pastura i leuca longitudine et alia lati- 
tudine. Reddit xii libras ad pensam. — Exch, D, loi 



Haldewordy in the time of king Edward, paid geld for one 
hide and two and a half virgates of land. There is land for 
thirty ploughs. In demesne are eight ploughs, and fifteen serfs, 
and forty villeins, and twenty bordars, with twenty ploughs. 
There are eighty acres of meadow, and one acre of wood. 
Pasture one leuga in length and another leuga in breadth. It 
renders twelve pounds by weight 



Sepesberie tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro v hidis. 
Terra est xxxvii carucis. In dominio sunt x carucae et xx 
serui et xxxvi uillani et xiiii bordarii cum xxiii carucis. 
Ibi xxx acrae prati et pastura i leuca longitudine et alia 
latitudine et tantundem siluae. Reddit xviii libras ad pen- 
sum. — Exch, D. loi (i); 3a. 



Sepesberie in the time of king Edward paid geld for five hides. 
There is land for thirty-seven ploughs. In demesne are ten 
ploughs, and twenty serfs, and thirty-six villeins, and fourteen 
bordars, with twenty-three ploughs. There are thirty acres of 
meadow, and pasture one leuga in length, and another in breadth, 
and as much wood. It renders eighteen pounds by weight 



56 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESPAT— EXETEB, 

There the king has thirty-eix villeins, and fourteen bordars, and 
twenty serfs, and six swineherds, and ninety head of cattle, and 
thirty swine, and five hundred sheep, and fifty goats, and wood 
one leuga in length and as much in breadth, and thirty acres of 
meadow, and one leuga of pasture in length and as much in 
breadth ; and it renders yearly eighteen pounds by weight 



Rex habet i mansionem quae uociitur Tauestocha quam 
tenuit Haroldus comes ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit tduus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro v hidis. Has possunt 
arare Ixxx carrucse. Inde habet rex ii uirgas et x carrucas 
in dominie et villani iiii bidas et dimidiam et xxi carrucas. 
Ibi habet rex Ix uillanos et v domus in Essecestra et vii 
porcarios qui reddunt xxxv porcos et xviii seruos et Ixvii 
animalia et xxviii porcos et d cues et xx agros nemoris et 
xii agros prati et i leugam pascuse in longitudine et aliam ia 
latitudine. Hsec reddit xxiiii libras ad pensum et quando 
Balduinas uioecomes recepit reddebat tantundem. 

The king has one manor called Tauestocha, which earl Harold 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for five hides. These can be ploughed by eighty 
ploughs. Of them the king has two virgates, and ten ploughs in 
demesne, and the villeins have four hides and a half, and twenty- 
one ploughs. There the king has sixty villeins, and five houses in 
Exeter, and seven swineherds who render thirty-five swine, and 
eighteen serfs, and sixty-seven head of cattle^ and twenty-eight 
swine, and five hundred sheep, and twenty acres of wood^ and 
twelve acres of meadow, and pasture one leuga in length and 
another in breadth. This [marior] renders twenty-four pounds by 
weight, and it rendered as much when Baldwin the sheriff 
received it. 

De mansione supradicta qu» uocator Tauestoca est ablata 
mansio i quas uocatur Bichenelia quae ibi iacuit ea die qua 
Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro 
i uirga et dimidia. Has possunt arare x carrucae et ibi sunt 
xii mllani et xx agri prati et c agri pascuae et reddit per 
annum iiii libras. Et mode est iniuste in mansione quae 
uocatur Bichentona. — Ilxon. D, (94 h) 86. 

From the above-mentioned manor called Tauestoca has beei^ 
taken away a manor called Bichenelia, which pertained thereto oix 



TDE DEYONSBIRS DOMEaDAT — EXCHEQUEB. 57 



Tavestoche tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro v hidis. 
Terra est quatuor xx carucis. In dominio sunt x canicae 
et xviii serui et Ix uillani habentes xxi carucas et vii 
porcarii reddentes xxxv porcos. Ibi xii acrae prati et xx 
acrse siluae. Pastura i leuca longitudine et alia latitudine. 
In Exonia v domus. Reddit xxiiii libras ad pensam. 



Tavestoche, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for five 
hides. There is land for eighty ploughs. In demesne are ten 
ploughs, and eighteen serfs, and sixty villeins, having twenty-one 
ploughs ; and seven swineherds rendering thirty-five swine. There 
are twelve acres of meadow, and twenty acres of wood. Pasture 
one leuga in length, and another in breadth. In Exeter there 
are five houses. It [the manor] renders twenty-four pounds by 
weight 



De hoc manerio est ablata Bichenelie quae ibi adiacebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae 
et dimidia. Terra est x carucis. Ibi sunt xii uillani et xx 
acrae prati et c acrae pasturae. Reddit iiii libras. Haec 
terra iacet iniuste in Bichentone. — ExcA. D. loi (i) ; 30. 



From this manor has been taken away Bichenelie, which per- 
tained thereto in the time of king Edward, and paid geld for one 



58 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate and a hal£ These can he ploughed hy ten 
ploughs, and there are twelve villeins there, and twenty acres of 
meadow, and a hundred acres of pasture, and it returns yearly four 
pounds. And now it ia unjustly comprised in the manor called 
Bichentona. 

Bex habet i mansionem quae uocator Mollanda quam tenuit 
Haraldus ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus at mortuus et 
reddidit gildum pro iiii hidis et i ferdino. Has possunt arare 
xl carruc^e. Inde habet rex in dominie i hidam et iii carrucas 
et uillani iii hidas et i ferdinum et xvi carrucas. Ibi habet 
rex XXX uillanos et xx bordarios et x seruos et xxx animalia 
et Ixx cues et xv agros nemoris et xii agros prati et iii leugas 
pascuse in longitudine et in latitudine et reddit per annum 
xxiiii^' libras ad pondus. 

The king has a manor called Mollanda which Harold held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for four hides and one ferling. This can be ploughed by forty 
ploughs. Of it the king has in demesne one hide and three ploughs, 
and the villeins have three hides and one ferling, and sixteen 
ploughs. There the king has thirty villeins, and twenty bordars, 
and ten serfs, and thirty head of cattle, and seventy sheep, and 
fifteen acres of wood, and twelve acres of meadow, and pasture 
three leugas in length and breadth ; and it renders yearly twenty- 
four pounds by weight. 

VULtapoliL 

Et in ista mansione de Mollanda est ioincta mansio i 
qu8d uocatur Blacapola quam tenuit Eluuardus ea die qua 
Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro 
dimidia hida. Hanc possunt arare ii carrucso. Et ibi habet 
Y uillanos et i seruum et ualet per annum xx solidos ad 
pondus et arsuram. 

Et cum ista mansione est adiuncta iniuste mansio quedam 
[sic] quse uocatur Nimeta et ualet xv solidos per annum. 

In mansione qusB uocatur Mollanda pertinet tertius denarius 
hundretorum Mormoltonae et Badentonse et Brantonae et 
tertium animal pascuae morarum. Hanc consuetudinem non 
habuit rex postquam ipse habuit Angliam. — Sxotl D. (95) 86. 

And to this manor of Mollanda has been annexed one manor 
called Blacapola which Elward held on the day on which king 



THE DSVONSHIRS DOMESDAY — ^EXGHEQUEB. 59 

virgate and a half of land. There is land for ten ploughs. There 
are twelve villeins, and twenty acres of meadow, and a hundred 
acres of pasture. It renders four pounds. This land is unjustly 
annexed to Bichentone. 



Mollande tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro iiii hidis 
et uno ferling. Terra est xl carucis. In dominio sunt iii 
carucae et x serui et xxx uillani et xx bordarii cum xvi 
carucis. Ibi xii acrae prati et xv acrse siluae. Pastura iii 
leucae in longitudine et latitudine. Reddit xxiiii libras ad 
pensam. 



Mollande in the time of king Edward paid geld for four hides 
and one ferling. There is land for forty ploughs. In demesne 
are three ploughs, and ten serfs,, and thirty villeins, and twenty 
bordars, with sixteen ploughs. There are twelve acres of meadow, 
and fifteen acres of wood. Pasture three leugas in length and 
breadth. It renders twent}'-four pounds by weight. 



Huic manerio est adiuncta Blachepole. Eluuardus 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi pro manerio et geldabat 
pro dimidia hida. Terra est ii carucis. Ibi sunt v uillani 
cum i seruo. Valet xx solidos ad pensam et arsuram. 

Eidem manerio est iniuste adiuncta Nimete et ualet xv 
solidos. 

Ipsi manerio pertinet tercius denarius de hundredis 
Nortmoltone et Badentone et Brantone et tercium animal 
pasturae morarum. — ExcA, D, loi (i) ; 3^. 



To this manor has been annexed Blachepole. Elward held 
it in the time of king Edward as a manor, and it paid geld for 



60 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — BXETEE. 

Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered geld for half a hide. 
This can be ploughed hj two ploughs. And there he has five 
villeins and one serf, and it is worth yearly twenty shillings by 
weight and assay. 

And to this manor is unjustly annexed a certain manor called 
Kimeta, and it is worth fifteen shillings yearly. 

To the manor called MoUanda belongs the third penny of the 
hundreds of Kormoltona and Badentona and Brantona, and the 
third animal of the pasture of the moors. The king has not had 
this custom since he has held England. 



Bex habet i mansionem qu88 uocatur Morbatha qaam 
tenuit Haraldus ea die qua Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus 
et reddidit gildum pro iii hidis. Hanc possunt arare xx 
carrucse. Inde habet rex in dominio i hidam et i carrucam 
et uillani ii hidas et xv carrucas. Ibi habet rex xx uiUanos 
et xiii bordarios et xii seruos et xl agros nemoris et x agroa 
prati et xx agros pascuse. Seddit per annum vii libras. — 
£x(ni. D. (95) 87. 

The king has a manor called Morbatha, which Harold held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for three hides. This can be ploughed by twenty ploughs. 
Of this the king has in demesne one hide and one plough, and 
the villeins have two hides and fifteen ploughs. There the king 
has twenty viQeins, and thirteen bordars, and twelve serfs, and 
forty acres of wood, and ten acres of meadow, and twenty acres 
of pasture. It renders yearly seven pounda 



AUititotMU 

Bex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Alfintona quam 
tenuit Haraldus comes ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus 
et mortuus. Pro ii hidis et dimidia reddidit gildum. Has 
possunt arare xvi carrucas. Inde habet rei^ dimidiam hidam 
et ii carrucas in dominio et uillani habent xiiii carrucas. 
Ibi habet rex xxxii uillanos et v bordarios et vi seruos et 
i roncinum et v animalia et xl ones et xx agros nemoris 
et i leugam nemusculi in longitudine et dimidiam in lati- 
tudine et iii agros prati et reddit per annum ad pondus vi 
libras.— JEww. D. (95 i) 87. 



THB DETONSHIBE D0ME8DAT — ^EXCHEQUEB. 61 

half a hide. There is land for two ploughs. There are five 
villeins with one ser£ It is worth twenty shillings by weight and 
assay. 

To the same manor has been unjustly annexed Nimete, and it 
is worth fifteen shillings. 

To the same manor pertains the third penny of the hundreds 
of Nortmoltone and Badentone and Brantone, and the third 
animal of the pasture of the moors. 



Morbade tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro iii hidis. 
Terra est xx carucis. In dominio est i caruca et xii serui 
et XX uillani et xiii bordarii cum xv carucis. Ibi x acrse 
prati et xx acrae pasturae et xl acrae siluae. Reddit vii 
libras. — Exch. D. loi (i); 3^. 



Morbade, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for three 
hides. There is land for twenty ploughs. In demesne are one 
plough, and twelve serfs, and twenty villeins, and thirteen bordars, 
with fifteen ploughs. There are ten acres of meadow, and 
twenty acres of pasture, and forty acres of wood It renders 
seven pounds. 



Alfintone tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro it hidis 
et dimidia. Terra est xvi carucis. In dominio sunt ii 
carucse et vi serui et xxxii uillani et v bordarii cum xiiii 
carucis. Ibi iii acrae prati et xx acrae silvae. Silva minuta 
una leuca longitudine et dimidia latitudine. Reddit vi 
libras ad pensam. — Exch. D, 10 1 (i); 3a. 



62 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXBTEB. 

The king has a manor called Alfintona, which earl Harold held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead; it rendered 
geld for two hides and a hal£ These can be ploughed by sixteen 
ploughs. Of them the king has half a hide and two ploughs in 
demesne, and the villeins have fourteen ploughs. There the king 
has thirty-two villeins, and five bordars, and six serfs, and one 
pack-horse, and five head of cattle, and forty sheep, and twenty acres 
of wood, and coppice one leuga in length and half a leuga in 
breadth, and three acres of meadow; and it renders yearly by 
weight six pounds. 

*Sex habet i mansionem qu83 uocatur Topeshant quam 
tenuit Haraldus comes ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt 
arare xii camicse. Inde habet rex dimidiam hidam et i 
camicam et uillani habent xii carrucas. Ibi habet rex xvi 
uillanos et xii bordarios et v seruos et i roncinum et v 
animalia et 1 oues et x agros prati et Ix agros pascuse et 
reddit per annum vi libras ad pondus. — Exan. D. (956) 87. 

The king has a manor called Topeshant, which earl Harold held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for one hide. This can be ploughed by twelve 
ploughs. Of it the king has half a hide and one plough, and the 
villeins have twelve ploughs. There the king has sixteen viUeins, 
and twelve bordars, and five serfis, and one pack-horse, and five 
head of cattle, and fifty sheep, and ten acres of meadow, and sixty 
acres of pasture and it renders yearly six pounds by weight 



iSottotuu 

Bex habet i mansionem quse uocatur Mortona quam tennit 
Heraldus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus et 
reddidit gildum pro iii hidis. Has possunt arare xx carmcse. 
Inde habet rex in dominio i hidam et iii carrucas et villani 
ii hidas et viii carrucas. Ibi habet rex xvi uillanos et vi 
bordarios et vi seruos et xx animalia et c et xxx oues et 
i leugam nemoris in longitudine et i quadragenariam in 
latitudine et xx agros prati et Ix agros pascuae et reddit 
xii libras ad pondus et ad arsuram et tantundem leddebat 
quando Balduinus recepit. 

Huic prsedictae mansioni adiacet tercius denarius hundreti 
de Taignebrige.— ^rwm. 2). (96) 88. 



TflE DEVONSHIRE DOMBSDAT — EXCHEQUER. 63 

Alfintone, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for two hides 
and a half. There is land for sixteen ploughs. In demesne are 
two ploughs, and six serfs, and thirty-two villeins, and five 
bord£^, with fourteen ploughs. There are three acres of meadow 
and twenty acres of wood. Coppice one leuga in length and 
half a leuga in breadth. It renders six pounds by weight 



Topeshant tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro una 
hida. Terra est xii carucis. In dominio est i caruca et v 
serui et xvi uillani et xii bordarii cum xii carucis. Ibi x 
acrae prati et Ix acrae pasturae. Reddit vi libras ad pensam. 
Exch. D. loi (i) ; 3^ 



Topeshant, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for one hide. 
There is land for twelve ploughs. In demesne are one plough, 
and five serfs, and sixteen villeins, and twelve bordars, with twelve 
ploughs. There are ten acres of meadow, and sixty acres of 
pasture. It renders six pounds by weight. 



Mortone tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro iii hidis. 
Terra est xx carucis. In dominio sunt iii carucae et vi 
serui et xvi uillani et vi bordarii cum viii carucis. Ibi xx 
acrae prati et Ix acrae pasturac. Silua i leuca longitudine 
et i quarentena latitudine. Reddit xii libras ad pensam et 
arsuram. 

Manerio Mortone pertinet tercius denarius de Tane- 
brige hundredo. 



64 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXETEB. 

The king has a manor called Mortona, which Harold held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for three hides. These can he ploughed hy twenty 
ploughs. Of them the king has in demesne one hide and three 
ploughs, and the villeins have two hides and eight ploughs. There 
the king has sixteen villeins, and six hordars, and six serfs, and 
twenty head of cattle, and one hundred and thirty sheep, and 
wood one leuga in length and one furlong in hreadth, and twenty 
acres of meadow, and sixty acres of pasture, and it renders twelve 
pounds hy weight and assay; and it rendered as much when 
Baldwin received it. 

To this aforesaid manor pertains the third penny of the hundred 
of Taignehrige. 

Coletotta. 

Bex habet i mansionem quse uocator Coletona quam tenuit 
Haroldus comes ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro iii hidis. Has possunt arare 
xvi carmen. Inde habet rex i hidam et dimidiam et ii carrucas 
in dominio. Et uillani i hidam et dimidiam et xii carrucas. 
Ibi habet rex xx uillanos et viii bordarios et vi seruos et v 
equas siluestras et iiii animalia et 1 oues et ix capras et i 
molendinum qui reddit vii solidos et vi denarios et xl agros 
[sic] et xvi agros prati et cccc agros pascuae. Hsec reddit viii 
libras ad pensum et quando Balduinus recepit tantundem. 

Huic mansioni est addita dimidia uirga terne quam tenuit 
quidam tegnus pariter ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et potuit ire ad quemlibet dominum et valet per 
annum iiii solidos. — Sxon. D. (96ft) 88. 

The king has a manor called Coletona which earl ELarold held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it ren- 
dered geld for three hides. These can be ploughed by sixteen 
ploughs. Of them the king has one hide and a half and two 
ploughs in demesne, and the villeins have one hide and a half, and 
twelve ploughs. There the king has twenty villeins, and eight 
bordars, and six serfs, and five brood mares, and four head of cattie, 
and fifty sheep, and nine goats, and one mill that returns seven 
shillings and sixpence, and forty acres [of wood\ and sixteen acres 
of meadow, and four hundred acres of pasture. This [manor] 
renders eight pounds by weight, and when Baldwin received it^ it 
rendered as much. 

To this manor has been added half a virgate of land which a 
certain thane held in partage on the day on which king Edward 
was alive and dead, and he was free to go to whomsoever lord he 
would, and it is worth yearly four pounds. 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUER. 65 

Moretone, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for three 
hides. There is land for twenty ploughs. In demesne are three 
ploughs, and six serfs, and sixteen villeins, and six bordars, with 
eight ploughs. There are twenty acres of meadow, and sixty 
acres of pasture. Wood one leuga long and one furlong broad. 
It renders twelve pounds by weight and assay. 

To the manor of Mortone pertains the third penny of Tane- 
brige hundred. 



ffolctone* 

Coletone tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro iii hidis. 
Terra est xvi carucis. In dominio sunt ii canicae et vi 
serui et xx uillani et viii bordarii cum xii carucis. Ibi 
molinus reddens vii solidos et vi denarios et xvi acrae prati 
et cccc acrae pasturae et xl acrae siluae. Reddit viii libras 
ad pensam. 

Huic manerio est addita dimidia virgata terras, quam 
tenuit libere unus tainus tempore regis Eduuardi. Valet 
iiii solidos. — Exch, D, loi (i); '^a. 



Coletone, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for three hides. 
There is land for sixteen ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, 
and six serfs, and twenty villeins, and eight bordars, with twelve 
ploughs. There is a mill rendering seven shillings and sixpence, 
and there are sixteen acres of meadow, and four hundred acres of 
p>asture, and forty acres of wood. It renders eight pounds by 
weight 

To this manor has been added half a virgate of land which 
one thane held freely in the time of king Edward. It is worth 
four shillings. 



66 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXETER. 



I^amtototia. 

Bex habet i maDsionem quae uocatur Hamistona quam 
tenuit Haroldus comes ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro ii hidis. Has possunt arare 
vi carruca). Inde habet i hidam et i carrucam in dominio et 
uillani i hidam et v carrucas. Ibi habet rex viii uillanos et 
vii bordarios et iiii seruos et xlviii oues et xl capras et xxiiii 
agros nemoris et iiii agros prati et xxiiii agros pascuae. Usee 
mansio reddit xl solidos ad pensum et quando Balduinus 
recepit tantundem. — JExon, D. (966) 89, 

The king has a manor called Hamistona, which earl Harold held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for two hides. These can be ploughed bj six 
ploughs. Of them he has one hide and one plough in demesne, 
and the villeins have one hide and live plougha There the king 
has eight villeins, and seven bordars, and four serfis, and forty-eight 
sheep, and forty goats, and twenty-four acres of wood, and four 
acres of meadow, and twenty-four acres of pasture. This manor 
returns forty shillings by weight ; and when Baldwin received it, 
it returned as much. 



iE)»9tretaiita. 

Sex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Espicewita quam 
tenuit Haroldus comes ea die qua rex Eduuaidus fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt arare 
viii carrucdD. Inde habet rex dimidiam hidam in dominio et 
uillani dimidiam hidam et iiii carrucas. Ibi habet rex viii 
uillanos et iiii bordarios et v seruos et i leugam nemoris in 
longitudine et i quadragenariam in latitudine et c agros 
pascuae. Haec reddit Ix solidos ad pensum et quando Bal- 
duinus recepit tantundem. — Eocon. D, (97) 89. 

The king has a manor called Espicewita which earl Harold held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for one hide. This can be ploughed by eight ploughs. 
Of it the king has half a hide in demesne, and the villeins have 
half a hide and four ploughs. There the king has eight villeins, 
and four bordars, and five serfs, and wood one leuga in length and 
one furlong in breadth, and one hundred acres of pasture. This 
[manor] renders sixty shillings by weight ; and it rendered as much 
when Baldwin received it. 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 67 



Hamistone tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro ii hidis. 
Terra est vi carucis. In dominio est i caruca et iiii serui 
et viii uillani et vii bordarii cum v carucis. Ibi iiii acrae 
prati et xxiiii acrae pasturae et totidem siluae. Reddit xl 
3olidos ad pensam. — ErcA. D. loi (i) ; 3 a. 



Hamistone, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for two 
hides. There is land for six ploughs. In demesne are one 
plough, and four serfs, and eight villeins, and seven bordars, with 
five ploughs. There are four acres of meadow, and twenty-four 
acres of pasture, and as many of wood. It renders forty shUlings 
by weight 



Spicewite tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro i hida. 
Terra est viii carucis. Ibi sunt viii uillani et iiii bordarii et 
V serui cum iiii carucis. Ibi c acrae pasturae. Silua una 
leuca longitudine et una quarentena latitudine. Reddit Ix 
solidos ad pensam. — ExcA, D, loi (2); 3^. 



Spicewite, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for one hide. 
■There is land for eight ploughs. Eight villeins are there, and four 
bordars, and five serfs, with four ploughs. There are one hun- 
dred acres of pasture. Wood one leuga in length and one fur- 
long in breadth. It renders sixty shillings by weight. 



F 2 



68 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETEB. 

Sex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Nimetona quam 
tenuit Heraldus comes ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus 
et moituus et reddidit gilduin pro iii hidas. Has possunt 
arare 1 carruc^e. Inde habet rex i hidam et iii carrucas in 
dominio et uillani habeut ii hidas et xvi carrucas. Ibi habet 
rex xl uillanos et iiii bordarios et vii seruos et vi porcarios et 
xvi animalia et c oues octo minus et i leugam nemoris in 
longitudine et latitudine et viii agros prati et i leugam 
pascuse ab omni parte et reddit per annum xviii libras ad 
pondus. 

Huic mansioni addita est i mausio dimidise uirgse quam 
tenebat i tagnus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit vivus et 
mortuus et poterat ire cum sua terra ad quemlibet dominum 
et reddit ad firmam regis vii solidos. — Eooon. D, (98) 90. 

The king has a manor called Nimetona, which earl Harold held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it ren- 
dered geld for three hides. These can be ploughed bj fifty ploughs. 
Of them the king has one hide and three ploughs in demesne; and 
the villeins have two hides and sixteen ploughs. There the king 
has forty villeins, and four bordars, and seven serfs, and six swine- 
herds, and sixteen head of cattle, and ninety-two sheep, and wood 
one leuga in length and breadth, and eight acres of meadow, and 
one leuga of pasture every way, and it renders yearly eighteen 
pounds by weight. 

To this manor has been annexed a manor of half a virgate which 
a thane held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, 
and he was free to go with his land to whomsoever lord he would ; 
and it renders to the king's ferm seven shillings. 



BatterBotta. 

Bex habet mansionem quae uocatur Bauerdona quam tenuit 
comes Leuuynus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida et i virga et dimidia. 
Hanc possunt arare x et viii carrucse. Inde habet rex i 
uirgam et dimidiam et ii carrucas in dominio et uillani 
habent i hidam et ix carrucas. Ibi habet rex xvi uillanos et 
V bordarios et v seruos et xiiii animalia et Ixxiii oues et 
xxviii capras 1 agros nemoris et v agros prati et 1 agros 
pascuaB et reddit per annum viii libras ad pensum. — Exon, Z>. 
(94) 85. 



THE DBVONSHIBE DOMSSDAT — EXCHEQUER. 69 

Jlimetone* 

Nimetone tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro iii hidis. 
Terra est 1 carucis. In dominio sunt iii carucae et vii serui 
et xl uillani et iiii bordarii cum xvi carucis. Ibi vi porcarii 
et viii acrae prati et una leuca pasturae in longitudine et 
latitudine. Reddit xviii libras ad pensam. 

Huic manerio est addita dimidia virgata terrae quam 
tenebat libere unus tainus tempore regis Eduuardi et 
reddit in firma regis vii solidos. — Exch. D, loi (2) ; 3^. 



Nimetone, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for three 
hides. There is land for fifty ploughs. In demesne are three 
ploughs, and seven serfs, and forty villeins, and four bordars, with 
sixteen ploughs. There are six swineherds, and eight acres of 
meadow, and of pasture one leuga in length and breadth. It 
renders eighteen pounds by weight. 

To this manor has been added half a virgate of land which a 
thane held freely in the time of king Edward, and it renders to 
the king's ferm seven shillings. 



1)80 0tob«crtpta0 terras teiUitt Letotnlitf conuf. 

BatoerBotie. 

Baverdone tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro i hida 
et una virgata terrae et dimidia. Terra est xviii carucis. 
In dominio sunt ii carucae et v serui et xvi uillani et v 
bordarii cum ix carucis. Ibi v acrae prati et 1 acrae pasturae 
et tantundem siluae. Reddit viii libras ad pensam. — 
Exch. D. loi (2); lb. 



70 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXETER. 

The king has a manor called Bauerdona, which earl Leofwine 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for one hide and one virgate and a half. This can 
be ploughed by eighteen ploughs. Of it the king has one viigate 
and a half and two ploughs in demesne, and the villeins have one 
hide and nine ploughs. There the king has sixteen villeins, and 
five bordars, and five serfs, and fourteen head of cattle, and 
seventy-three sheep, and twenty-eight goats, fifty acres of wood, 
and five acres of meadow, and fifty acres of pasture ; and it renders 
yearly eight pounds by weight. 



Bex habet i mansionem quse uocatur Pinnoc quam tenuit 
Liuuinus comes ea die qua rex Eduuardus fait uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro ii hidis i uiiga minus. 
Hanc possunt arare x carnicae. Inde habet rex iii uirgas et 
i carrucam in dominio et uilani [sic] habent vii carrucas. 
Ibi habet rex viii uillanos et vi bordarios et i seruum et x 
animalia et c agros nemoris et xx agros prati et c agros 
pascuae et reddit per annum vi libras ad pensum. 

De hac mansione tenet abbas de Batallia OBCclesiam et 
adiacet illi i uirga prsescriptaB terrse et ualet per annum v 
solidos.— ^a:o7i. R (956) 87. 



The king has a manor called Pinnoc, which earl Leofwine held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for two hides less one virgate. This csm be ploughed 
by ten ploughs. Of it the king has three virgates and one plough 
in demesne, and the villeins have seven ploughs. There the king 
has eight villeins, and six bordars, and one serf, and ten head of 
cattle, and one hundred acres of wood, and twenty acres of 
meadow, and one hundred acres of pasture ; and it renders yearly 
six pounds by weight. 

The abbot of Battle holds the church of this manor, and there 
is annexed to it one virgate of the aforesaid land ; and it is worth 
yearly five shillings. 



Rex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Ghienemetona quam 
tenuit Leuuinus comes ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro ii hidis. Has possunt 
arare x carrucae. Inde habet rex in dominio dimidiam hidam 



THB DSVONSHIBB DOMESDAY— EXGHEQUEB. 71 

QTbete itnliertontteii lanUt toere iM ftp earl Leoftoine* 

Baverdone, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for one hide 
and one virgate and a half of land. There is land for eighteen 
ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and five sprfs, and sixteen 
villeins, and five bordars, with nine ploughs. There are five acres 
of meadow, and fifty acres of pasture, and as many of wood. It 
renders eight pounds by weight. 



Pinnoch tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro i hida et 
iii virgatis terras. Terra est x carucis. In dominie est i 
caruca cum i seruo et viii uillani et vi bordarii cum vii 
carucis. Ibi xx acrae prati et c acrae pasturae et tantundem 
siluae. Reddit vi libras ad pensam. 

Huius manerii aecclesiam tenet abbatia de Labatailge 
cum una virgata terrae pracdictae. Valet v soHdos. — ExcA* 
D. loi (2); lb. 



Pinnoch, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for one hide 
and three virgates of land. There is land for ten ploughs. In 
demesne are one plough, with one serf, and eight villeins, and six 
bordars, with seven ploughs. There are twenty acres of meadow, 
and one hundred acres of pasture, and as many of wood. It 
renders six pounds by weight 

The abbey of Battle holds the church of this manor with one 
virgate of the aforesaid land. It is worth five shillings. 



ft^enemetotir. 

Chenemetone tempore r^is Eduuardi geldabat pro ii 
hidis. Terra est x carucis. In dominio est i caruca et ii 
semi et xii uillani et viii bordarii cum vi carucis. Ibi 
molinus reddens v solidos et xxx acras prati et vi acrae 



72 TBB DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

et i carrucam et uillani i hidam et dimidiam et vi carrucas. 
Ibi habet rex xii uillanos et viii bordarios et ii seruos et iii 
animalia et i molendinuin qui reddit v solidos et vi agros 
nemoris et xxx agios prati et xii quadragenarias et xii agros 
pascuse. Et reddit per aDnum vii libras ad pondus et com- 
\>xxationem.—Exan. A (97) 89. 

The king has a manor called Chienemetona which earl Leofwine 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for two hides. These can be ploughed by ten 
ploughs. Of them the king has in demesne half a hide, and one 
plough ; and the villeins have one hide and a half, and six plougha 
There the king has twelve villeins, and eight bordars, and two serfs, 
and three head of cattle, and one mill which renders five shillings, 
and six acres of wood, and thirty acres of meadow, and twelve 
furlongs and twelve acres of pasture, ^nd it renders yearly seven 
pounds by weight and assay. 



enftefort. 

Bex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Witefort quam tenuit 
comes Leuuinus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro v hidis. Has possunt arare 
xvi carrucae. Inde habet rex in dominio i hidam et i 
carrucam et uillani iiii bidas et xii carrucas. Ibi habet rex 
xiiii uillanos et xiii bordarios et ii seruos et i runcinum et vi 
animalia et xxiii cues et i molendinum qui reddit v solidos 
per annum et v quadragenarias nemoris et xxvii agros prati 
et iii quadragenarias pascuse et reddit xi libras ad pondus et 
combustionem et tantundem quando Balduinus recepit. — 
Exon. 2>. (97) 89. 

The king has a manor called Witefort, which earl Leofwine held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for five hides. These can be ploughed by sixteen 
ploughs. Of them the king has in demesne one hide, and one 
plough, and the viUeins have four hides, and twelve ploughs. 
There the king has fourteen villeins, and thirteen bordars, and two 
serfs, and one pack-horse, and six head of cattle, and twenty-three 
sheep, and one mill which renders five shillings yearly, and five 
furlongs of wood, and twenty-seven acres of meadow, and three 
furlongs of pasture ; and it renders eleven pounds by weight and 
assay, and it rendered as much when Baldwin received it. 



THB DEVONSBIBE DOMESDAY — KXCHEQUEB. 73 

siluae et xii quarentenae et xii acrae pasturae. Reddit vii 
libras ad pensam et arsuram. — Exch. D. loi (2) ; 3d. 



Chenemetone, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for two 
hides. There is land for ten ploughs. In demesne are one 
plough, and two serfs, and twelve viUeins, and eight bordars, with 
six ploughs. There is a mill rendering five shillings, and there 
are thirty acres of meadow, and six acres of wood, and twelve 
furlongs and twelve acres of pasture. It renders seven pounds 
by weight and assay. 



Witeford tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro v hidis. 
Terra est xvi camels. In dominio est i caruca et ii serui 
et xiiii uillani et xiii bordarii cum xii carucis. Ibi molinus 
reddens v solidos et xxvii acrae prati et iii quarentenae 
pasturae et v quarentenae siluac. Reddit xi libras ad 
pensam et arsuram. — Exch, D, loi (2) ; ib. 



Witeford, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for five hides. 
There is land for sixteen ploughs. In demesne are one plough, 
and two serfs, and fourteen villeins, and thirteen bordars, with 
twelve ploughs. There is a mill rendering five shillings, and 
there are twenty-seven acres of meadow, and three furlongs of 
pasture, and five furlongs of wood. It renders eleven pounds by 
weight and assay. 



74 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMBSDAT — EXETEE. 

JLangeforUa. 

Eex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Langeforda quam 
tenuit comes Leuuinus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro iii hidis. Has possunt 
arare xx carrucae. Inde habet rer in dominio i hidam et i 
carrucam et uiUani habent ii hidas et xiii cairucas. Ibi habet 
rex xvi uillanos et x bordarios et vi senios et viii animalia et 
1 oues et vii agios nemoris et iiii agros prati et cc agros paa- 
cuae et reddit per annum xi libras ad pondus et quando 
Balduinus recepit reddebat tantundem. 

De hac mansione dedit rex xx solidos Juhello quos reddebat 
boigum Thotonensium huic mansioni ad firmam. 

Ccc libras et Ixxv de terns comitum reddit BalduiDus r^ 
ad firmam per annum. ^ 

Gotselenus reddit per annum regi pro terris Edide reginas 
c libras et viii. 

Baginaldus reddidi per annum ad firmam r^gis pro terra 
Ordulfi xxiiii ]ihns.—Exon. D. (976) 89. 



The king has a manor called Langeforda which earl Leofwine held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it ren- 
dered geld for three hides. These can be ploughed by twenty 
ploughs. Of these the king has in demesne one hide, and one 
plough; and the villeins have two hides, and thirteen ploughs. 
There the king has sixteen villeins, and ten bordars, and six s^s, 
and eight head of cattle, and fifty sheep, and seven acres of wood, 
and four acres of meadow, and two hundred acres of pasture, and 
it renders yearly eleven pounds by weight, and when Baldwin re- 
ceived it, it returned as much. 

From this manor the king gave twenty shillings to Judhel, 
which the borough of the Thotonenses rendered to this manor for 
the king's ferm. 

Baldwin renders from the lands of the earls three hundred and 
seventy-five pounds yearly to the king for his ferm. 

Goscelm renders yearly to the king for the lands of queen 
Eadgyth one hundred and eight pounds. 

I Reginald have rendered yearly to the king's ferm for the land 
of Ordulf twenty-four pounds. 



THE DEVOl^SHIRE DOMESDAT — EXCHEQUER. 75 

langeforU. 

Langeford tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro iii hidis. 
Terra est xx carucis. In dominio est i caruca et vi serui 
et xvi uillani et x bordarii cum xiii carucis. Ibi iiii acrae 
prati et cc acrae pasturae et vii acrae siluae. Reddit xi libras 
ad pond us. 

Huic manerio reddebat burgum Totheneis xx solidos ad 
Hrmam regis. Hos concessit rex ludhello. — Exch. D, loi 
(2); Zb. 



Langeford, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for three 
hides. There is land for twenty ploughs. In demesne are one 
plough, and six serfs, and sixteen villeins, and ten bordars, with 
thirteen ploughs. There are four acres of meadow, and two hun- 
dred acres of pasture, and seven acres of wood It renders 
eleven pounds by weight 

To this manor the borough Totheneis rendered twenty shillings 
towards the king's ferm. These the king has granted to Judhel. 



76 THE DEVONBUIBE DOMESDAY— EXETEB. 

Bex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Clistona quam tenuit 
Ordulfus ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus et mortuus et 
reddidit gildum pro ix bidis et dimidia. Has possunt arare 
XXXV carrucse. Inde babet rex in dominio ii bidas et i 
carrucam et uillani vi bidas et dimidiam et xxvi carrucas. 
Ibi babet rex xxxv lullanos et vii coliberti [sic] et xxx 
bordarios et xi seruos et i runcinum et x animalia et iiii 
porcos et c oues et i molendinum qui reddit xx solidos per 
annum et cl agros nemoris et xl agros prati et dimidiflim 
leugam pascuae et ualet per annum xxiiii libras ad pondus. 
—Exan. D. (95) 87. 

The king has a manor called CliBtona, which Ordulf held on the 
day on which kiog Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for nine hides and a half. These can be ploughed by thirty- 
live ploughs. Of these the king has in demesne two hides and 
one plough, and the villeins six hides and a half and twenty-six 
ploughs. There the king has thirty-five villeins, and seven colberts, 
and thirty bordars, and eleven serfs, and one pack-horse, and ten 
head of cattle, and four swine, and one hundred sheep, and one 
mill which renders twenty shillings yearly, and one hundred and 
fifty acres of wood, and forty acres of meadow, and half a leuga of 
pasture ; and it is worth yearly twenty-four pounds by weight 

Cerra fRnbillUi xtfsin^ in ^eHenesira. 

Bex habet i mansionem quse uocatur Leuia quam tenuit 
Bristricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus et 
fuit de terra Mabillis reginse et reddidit gildum pro i hida et 
i uirga et i ferlino. Hanc possunt arare xii carrucae. Inde 
habet rex i uiigam et iiii carrucas in dominio et uillani i 
hidam et x carrucas. Ibi babet rex xx uillanos et vii bor- 
darios et vii seruos et x equas siluestras et 1 animalia et x 
porcos et c oues et xxv capras et xx agros nemoris et xxx 
agros prati et viii quadragenarias pascuse in longitudine et 
iiii in latitudine. Hanc mansionem habet Goscelmus ad 
firmam et reddit inde per annum ix libras numero. — Uxoti, 
D. (108) 100. 

QT^e lanH of queen fAfMtu in ^e)ion0(ire« 

The kiog has a manor called Leuia, which Brihtric held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead^ and it was [pari] 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHBQUEB. 77 

tflfetone. 

Rex tenet Clistone. Ordulfus tenebat tempore r^is 
Eduuardi et geldabat pro ix hidis et dimidia. Terra est 
XXXV carucis. In dominio est i caruca et xi serui et vii 
coiiberti et xxxv uillani et xxx bordarii cum xxvi carucis. 
Ibi molinus reddens xx solidos et xl acrae prati et cl acrae 
siluae et dimidia leuca pasturae. Valet xxiiii libras ad 
pondus. — Exch. D. loi (2); 3*. 



The king holds Clistone. Ordulf held it in the time of king 
Edward, and it paid geld for nine hides and a half. There is 
land for thirty-five ploughs. In demesne are one plough, and 
eleven serfs, and seven colberts, and thirty-five villeins, and thirty 
bordars, with twenty-six ploughs. There is a mill rendering 
twenty shillings, and there are forty acres of meadow, and one 
hundred and fifty acres of wood, and half a leuga of pasture. It 
is worth twenty-four pounds by weight. 



3[Afra 0cri|ita0 terras tenMt Vrittric et post ftiKf^iXtxn reftna. 

lebta. 

Rex tenet Levia. Tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro 
i hida et una virgata terrae et uno ferling. Terra est xii 
carucis. In dominio iiii carucae et vii serui et xx uillani et 
vii bordarii cum x carucis. Ibi xxx acrae prati et xx acrae 
siluae pasturae viii quarentenae longitudine et iiii quarentenae 
latitudine. Reddit ix libras ad numerum. — Exck. D, loi 

(2); 3*. 



QTIk ttnUertoritteA ItnUs toere (elU kp <d(tn(, anH aftertoarlis kp 

queen iRattllia. 

The king holds Levia. In the time of king Edward it paid 
geld for one hide and one virgate and one ferling of land There 



78 . THE DBVONSHIRB DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

of the land of queen Matilda, and rendered geld for one hide one 
virgate and one ferling. This can be ploughed by twelve ploughs. 
Of them the king has one viigato and four ploughs in demesne, 
and the villeins have one hide and ten ploughs. There the king 
has twenty villeins, and seven bordars, and seven serfs and ten 
brood mares, and fifty head of cattle, and ten swine, and one 
hundred sheep, and twenty-five goats, and twenty acres of wood, 
and thirty acres of meadow, and of pasture eight furlongs in length 
and four in breadth. 

Goscelm holds this manor to ferm, and renders thence yearly 
nine pounds by tale. 



Bex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Halgewilla quam 
tenuit Bristricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare 
Y carrucse. Inde habet rex i ferlinum et ii carrucas in 
dominio et villani iii ferlinos et v carrucas. Ibi habet 
rex X uillanos et i bordarium et vi seruos et xxxiii animalia 
et XX porcos et 1 ones et ii agros nemoris et xl agros prati et 
i leugam'pascuse in longitudine et ii quadragenarias in lati- 
tudine. Hanc mansionem habet Gk)6celmus ad firmam et 
reddit inde per annum Ix et x solidos numero. — Exon, D, 
(108) 100. 

The king has a manor called Halgewilla, which Brihtric held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate. This can be ploughed by five ploughs. Of 
it the king has one ferling, and two ploughs in demesne, and the 
villeins have three ferlings, and five ploughs. There the king has 
ten villeins, and one bordar, and six serfs, and thirty-three head of 
cattle, and twenty swine, and fifty sheep, and two acres of wood, 
and forty acres of meadow, and of pasture one leuga in length, and 
two furlongs in breadth. Goscelm holds this manor to ferm, and 
renders thence yearly seventy shillings by tala 



(SloueUfa. 

Rex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Cloueleia quam 
tenuit Bristricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro iii hidis. Has possunt arare 
xii carrucae. Inde habet rex i hidam et v carrucas in dominio 
et villani ii hidas et vii carrucas. Ibi habet rex xvi uillanos 
et xi bordarios et x seruos et xlv animalia et xv porcos et c 



THB DEYONSHIRB DOMESDAY — ^EXCHEQUER. 79 

is land for twelve ploughs. In demesne are four ploughs, and 
seven serfe, and twenty viUeins, and seven bordars, with ten 
ploughs. There are thirty acres of meadow, and twenty acres of 
wood. Of pasture eight furlongs in length and four furlongs in 
breadth. It renders nine pounds by tale. 



Halgewelle geldabat tempore regis Eduuardi pro una 
virgata terrae. Terra est v carucis. In dominio sunt ii 
carucse et vi serui et x uillani et i bordarius cum v carucis. 
Ibi xl acrse prati et ii acrae silu£. Pastura i leuca longi- 
tudine et ii quarentenae latitudine. Reddit Ixx solidos ad 
numerum.— jEt^tA. D. ioi (2) ; 3 b. 



Halgewelle paid geld, in the time of king Edward, for one 
vtrgate of land. There is land for five ploughs. In demesne are 
two ploughs, and six serfs, and ten villeins, and one bordar, with 
five ploughs. There are forty acres of meadow, and two acres of 
wood. Pasture one leuga long and two furlongs wide. It renders 
seventy shillings by tale. 



eiotoelie. 

Clovelie tempore r^is Eduuardi geldabat pro iii hid is. 
Terra est xii carucis. In dominio sunt v carucae et x serui 
et xvi uillani et xi bordarii cum vii carucis. Ibi xxx acrae 
prati et xl acrae siluae. Pastura i leuca longitudine et 
dimidia leuca latitudine. Reddit xii libras ad numerum. 
Olim reddebat vi libras. — Exch. D. loi (2) ; 3 ^. 



80 THB DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

cues et xviii capras et xl agros uemoris et xxx agros prati et 
i leugam pascuse in longitudine et dimidiam in latitudine. 
HaBC mansio reddit xii libras numero. Hanc mansionem 
habet Goscelmus ad firmam et quando ipse recepifc earn 
reddebat vi libras.— Jiixm. D. (108) iOO. 

The king has a manor called Cloueleia, which Brihtric held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for three hides. These can bo ploughed by twelve ploughs. 
Of them the king has one hide, and five ploughs in demesne, and 
the villeins have two hides, and seven ploughs. There the king 
has sixteen villeins, and eleven boidars, and ten serfs, and forty- 
five head of cattle, and fifteen swine, and one hundred sheep, and 
eighteen goats, and forty acres of wood, and thirty acres of meadow, 
and of pasture one leuga in length, and half a leuga in breadth. 
This manor renders twelve pounds by tale. Goscelm holds this 
manor to ferm, and it rendered six pounds when he received it. 



iSeOifotOa. 

Eex habet i mansionem quse vocatur Bediforda quam tenuit 
Bristricius ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus 
et reddidit gildum pro iii hidis. Has possunt arrare xxvi 
carruc^. Inde habet rex dimidiam hidam et iiii carrucas in 
dominio et uillani ii hidas et dimidiam et xx carrucas. Ibi 
habet rex xxx uillanos et viii bordarios et xiiii seruos et x et 
viii animalia et ccc cues et cl agros nemoris et x agros prati 
et XX agros pascu8B et reddit per annum xvi libras. 

Hoic mansioni adiacebat quedam piscatio ea die qua rex 
Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus quse reddit per annum xxv 
solidos.— J^^wm. D. (108 6) 100. 

The king has a manor called Bediforda, which Brihtric held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for three hides. These can be ploughed by twenty-six ploughs. 
Of them the king has half a hide and four ploughs in demesne, 
and the villeins have two hides and a half and twenty ploughs. 
There the king has thirty villeins, and eight bordars, and fourteen 
serfs, and eighteen head of cattle, and three hundred sheep, and 
one hundred and fifty acres of wood, and ten acres of meadow, and 
twenty acres of pasture ; and it renders yearly sixteen pounds. 

To this manor was annexed a certain fishery on the day on which 
king Edward was alive and dead, which renders yearly twenty-five 
shillings. 



THB DEYONSHIRB DOMESDAY— BXGH£QU£R. 81 



Clovelie, in the time of king Edwaxd, paid geld for three hides. 
There is land for twelve ploughs. In demesne are five ploughs, 
and ten serfs, and sixteen villeins, and eleven bordars, with seven 
ploughs. There are thirty acres of meadow, and forty acres of 
wood. Pasture one leuga in length and half a leuga in breadth. 
It renders twelve pounds by tale. Formerly It rendered six 
pounds. 



3SeBefotB« 

Bedeford tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro iii hidis. 
Terra est xxvi carucis. In dominio sunt iiii carucse et xiiii 
semi et xxx uillani et viii bordarii cum xx carucis. Ibi x 
acrae prati et xx acrse pasturae et cl acrae siluae. Reddit xvi 
libras. 

Huic manerio adiacebat una piscaria tempore regis 
Eduuardi reddens xxv solidos. — Exch. D, loi (2) ; 3d. 



Bedeford, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for three hides. 
There is land for twenty -six ploughs. In demesne are four 
ploughs, and fourteen serfs, and thirty villeins, and eight t)ordars, 
with twenty ploughs. There are ten acres of meadow, and twenty 
acres of pasture, and one hundred and fifty acres of wood. It 
renders sixteen pounds. 

To this manor was annexed in the time of king Edward a fishery 
rendering twenty-five shillings. 



a 



82 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 



Sex habet i mansionem quae uocatur liteham quam tenuit 
BristiciuB ea die qua rex Eduuardus fait uiuus et mortuus et 
reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt arare viii carrucse. 
Inde habet rex i uirgam et i carrucam et uillani iii uirgas et 
iiii carrucas. Ibi habet rex xii uillanos et iii bordarios et 
vii seruos et vii animalia et c oues et Ix agros nemoris et x 
agros prati et xx agros pascuse et reddit per annum iii libras. 

Has ii mansiones tenet Goselmus ad firmam de rege. — Eaxm. 
1). (108 b) 100. 

The king has a manor called Liteham, which Brihtric held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one hida This can be ploughed by eight ploughs. Of 
it the king has one virgate and one plough, and the villeins have 
three virgates and four ploughs. There the king has twelve 
villeins, and three bordars, and seven serfs, and seven head of 
cattle, and one hundred sheep, and sixty acres of wood, and ten 
acres of meadow, and twenty acres of pasture; and it renders 
yearly three pounds. 

These two manors are held by Goscelm towards the king's ferm. 

I^ngrtreutta* 

Sex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Langetreuua quam 
Bristricius tenuit ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro ii hidis dimidia uirga minus. 
Has possunt arare xx carrucae. Inde habet rex dimidiam 
hidam et ii carrucas in dominio et uillani habent i hidam et 
uirgam et dimidiam et xvi carrucas. Ibi habet rex xxiiii 
uillanos et ii bordarios et viii seruos et ii porcarios et vi 
animalia et Ix oues et i leugam nemoris in longitudine et 
tantundem in latitudine et xv agros prati et reddit per annum 
vii libras et v ao]idoQ.—Exan. D. (108 h) 101. 

The king has a manor called Langetreuua, which Brihtric held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for two hides less half a virgate. These can be 
ploughed by twenty plough& Of them the king has in demesne 
half a hide, and two ploughs, and the villeins have one hide and a 
virgate and a half, and sixteen ploughs. There the king has 
twenty-four villeins, and two bonlars, and eight serfs, and two 
swineherds, and six head of cattle, and sixty sheep, and of wood 
one leuga in length and as much in breadth, and fifteen acres of 
meadow, and it renders yearly seven pounds and five shillings. 



TH£ DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXCHEQUER. 83 

* 

Liteham tempore r^is Eduuardi geldabat pro una hida. 
Terra est viii carcucis. In dominio sunt una est [sic] caruca 
et vii serui et xii uillani et ili bordarii cum iiii carucis. 
Ibi X acrae prati et xx acrae pasturae et Ix acrae siluae. 
Reddit iii libras. — ExcA. D, loi (2) ; 3 *. 



Liteham, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for one hide. 
There is land for eight ploughs. In demesne are one plough, 
and seven serfs, and twelve villeins, and three bordars, with four 
ploughs. There are ten acres of meadow, and twenty acres of 
pasture, and sixty acres of wood. It renders three pounds. 



Langetrev tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro ii hidis 
dimidia virgata minus. Terra est xx carucis. In dominio 
sunt ii carucae et viii serui et xxiiii uillani et ii bordarii 
cum xvi carucis. Ibi xv acrae prati. Silua i leuca longi- 
tudine et tantundem latitudine. Reddit vii libras et v 
solidos. — Exch, D, loi (2) ; 3 *. 



Lpangetrev, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for two hides 
less half a virgate. There is land for twenty ploughs. In. 
demesne are two ploughs, and eight serfs, and twenty-four villeins, 
and two bordars, with sixteen ploughs. There are fifteen acres of 
meadow. Wood one leuga in length and as much in width. It 
renders seven pounds and five shillings. 



o 2 



84 THE DEYONSBIRE DOMESDAY— -EXETEB. 

Bex babet i mausionem quse uocatur Edeslega quam tenuit 
Bristicius ea die qua rex Edauardus fuit uiuus et mortuus 
et reddidit gildum pro tribus bidis. Has possunt arare xxii 
carrucsa. Inde babet rex i bidam et iiii carrucas in dominio 
et uillani babent ii hidas una uii^a minus et xvi carrucas. 
Ibi babet rex xxiiii uillanos et xv seruos et xv animalia et 
Ix ones et ii leugas nemoris in longitudine et i in latitudine 
et XV agros prati et reddit per annum xiiii libras. 

De hac terra babet Walterus unam uirgam quam ipse 
tenet de rege. Hanc tenuit Aluuatet ea die qua rex 
Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus et non poterat a Bristricio 
separari cum terra sua: et banc terram possunt arare iii 
carrucse: et ualet xx solidos per annum. Huic mansioni 
pertinet [sic] dimidia bida et dimidia uirga quae iacent in 
bundreto de Tauetona.— J^awi. D. (109) 101. 

Tbe king bas a manor called Edeslega, which Brihtric held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it paid 
geld for three hides. These can be ploughed by twenty-two 
ploughs. Of them the king has one hide and four ploughs in 
demesne; and the villeins have two hides less one virgate, and 
sixteen ploughs. There the king has twenty-four viUeins, and 
fifteen serfs, and fifteen head of cattle, and sixty sheep, and of wood 
two leugas in length, and one in width; and fifteen acres of 
meadow ; and it renders yearly fourteen pounds. 

Walter has one virgate of this land, which he himself holds of 
the king. Aluuatet held this on the day on which king Edward 
was alive and dead, and it could not be separated from Brihtric 
with his land : and three ploughs can plough this land ; and it is 
worth twenty shillings a year. To this manor pertain half a hide 
and half a virgate, which lie in the hundred of Tauetona. 



Bex babet i mansionem quee uocatur Wincbeleia quam 
tenuit Bristricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus, et reddidit gildum pro v bidis et dimidia. Has 
possunt arare xl carrucee. Inde babet rex ii bidas et viii 
carrucas in dominio et villani iii bidas et dimidiam et xl 
carrucas. Ibi babet rex Ix villanos et xvi seruos et x 
porcarios et xxxviii animalia et xv porcos et clx ones et 
d agros nemoris, et Ixxx agros prati et i leugam pascuae in 
longitudine et aliam in latitudine et in ista mansione est 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT^-EXCHEQUEB. 85 

m 

Edesl^e tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro iii hidis. 
Terra est xxii carucis. In dominio sunt iiii carucse et xv 
serui et xxiiii uillani cum xvi carucis. Ibi xv acrae prati. 
Silua ii leucae longitudine et una ieuca latitudine. Reddit 
xiiii libras. 

De hac terra tenet Walterus de rege unam virgatam 
terrae. Terra est iii carucis. Aluuare tenuit de Brictric 
tempore regis Eduuardi nee poterat ab eo separari. Valet 
XX solidos. 

Huic manerio pertinent ii virgatae terrae et dimidia in 
Tivetone Hundred. — Exch, D. loi (3); 4a. 



Edeslege, iii the time of king Edward, paid geld for three 
hides. There is land for twenty-two ploughs. In demesne are 
four ploughs, and fifteen serfs, and twenty-four villeins, with six- 
teen ploughs. There are fifteen acres of meadow. Wood two 
leugas long, and one leuga wide. It renders fourteen pounds. 

Of this land Walter holds of the king one virgate of land. 
There is land for three ploughs. Aluuare held it of Brihtric in 
the time of king Edward; nor could it be separated from him. 
It is worth twenty shillings. 

To this manor pertain two virgates and a half of land in Tive- 
tone hundred. 



CSainc^elete. 

Wincheleie tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro v 
hidis et dimidia. Terra est xl carucis. In dominio sunt 
viii carucae et xvi serui et Ix uillani cum xl carucis et x 
porcariis. Ibi quatuor xx acrae prati et quingentae acrae 
siluae. Pastura i Ieuca longitudine et alia latitudine et 
parens bestiarum. Reddit xxx libras ad numerum. 

De ipsa terra tenet Norman unam virgatam terrae et 
dimidiam. Valet xii solidos et vi denarios. — Exch, D. loi 

(3); 4^ 



86 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

i parcum bestiarum. Haec mansio reddit per annum xxx 
libras numero. 

De Bupradicta terra habet Normannus castes parci i 
uirgam et dimidiam et ualet per annum xii solidos et vi 
denarios. Hanc habet Goscelmus ad firmam. — Eason. D. 
(109) 101. 

The king has a manor called Wincheleia, which Brihtric held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead,' and it paid 
geld for five hides and a half. These can be plouglxed by forty 
ploughs. Of them the king has two hides and eight ploughs in 
demesne ; and the villeins have three hides and a half, and forty 
ploughs. There the king has sixty villeins, and sixteen serfs, and 
ten swineherds, and thirty-eight head of cattle, and fifteen swine, 
and one hundred and sixty sheep, and five hundred acres of wood, 
and eighty acres of meadow, and of pasture one leuga in length, 
and another in width : and in this manor is a park of beasts. This 
manor renders yearly thirty pounds by tale. 

Of the above-mentioned land, Norman, keeper of the park, has 
one virgate and a half; and it is worth yearly twelve shillings and 
six pence. Goscelm has it to ferm. 



Hex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Aissa quam tenuit 
Bristricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus, 
et reddidit gildum pro ii hidis dimidia uirga minus. Has 
possunt arare xv carrucae. Inde habet rex dimidiam hidam 
et ii carrucas in dominio et villani i hidam et i uirgam et 
X carrucas. Ibi habet rex xiiii uillanos et vi bordarios et x 
seruos et ii porcarios qui reddunt x porcos et xvii animalia 
et xiiii porcos et Ixxx ones et xxxv capras et cc agros 
nemoris et xx agros prati et dimidiam leugam pascuae in 
longitudine et dimidiam in latitudine. Haec mansio reddit 
vii libras numero. Hanc habet Goscelmus ad firmam. 
—I!xonD.(109b) 101. 

• 
The king has a manor called Aissa, which Brihtric held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it paid geld 
for two hides, less lialf a virgate. These can be ploughed by 
fifteen ploughs. Of them the king has half a hide and two ploughs 
in demesne ; and the villeins have one hide, and one virgate, and 
ten ploughs. There the king has fourteen villeins, and six bordars, 
and ten serfs, and two swineherds who render ten swine, and seven- 
teen .head of cattle, and fourteen swine, and eighty sheep, and 
thirty-five goats, and two hundred acres of wood, and twenty acres 



THB im9(mBmRE DOMESDAY — SXCHSQUBB. 87 



Wincheleie, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for iive 
hides and a half. There is land for forty ploughs. In demesne 
are eight ploughs, and sixteen serfs, and sixty villeins, with forty 
ploughs, and ten swineherds. There are eighty acres of meadow, 
and five hundred acres of wood. Pasture one leuga in length, 
and another in width, and a park of beasts. It renders thirty 
pounds by tale. 

Of this land Norman holds one viigate and a half of land. It 
is worth twelve shillings and six pence. 



Aisse tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro ii hidis 
dimidia virga minus. Terra est xv carucis. In dominio 
sunt ii carucae et x serui et xiiii uillani et vi bordarii cum 
X carucis. Et ii porcarii reddentes [x] porcos. Ibi xx 
acrae prati et cc acrae siluae. Pastura dimidia leuca Ion- 
gitudine et tantundem latitudine. Reddit vii libras ad 
numerum. — ExcA. D. loi (3) ; 4/1. 



Aisse, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for two hides, less 
half a virgate. There is land for fifteen ploughs. In demesne 
are two ploughs, and ten serfs, and fourteen villeins, and six bor- 
dars, with ten ploughs, and two swineherds, rendering \ten\ swine. 
There are twenty acres of meadow, and two hundred acres of 
wood. Pasture half a leuga in length, and as much in breadth. 
It renders seven pounds by tale. 



88 THE DBYONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

of meadow, and of pasture half a leuga in length, and a half in 
width. This manor renders seven pounds hy tcJe, Goscelm has 
it to f erm. 

Bex habet i mansionem quae fait reginae Mahillis quae 
uocatur Eslapaforda, quam tenuit Bristicus ea die qua rex 
Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro ii 
hidis et dimidia. Has possunt arare xi carruca*. Inde habet 
rex in dominio dimidiam hidam et iii carrucas et nillani 
ii hidas et viii carrucas. lUic habet rex xviii uillanos et 
xii bordarios et vii porcarios et vi seruos et i runcinum et 
XXX animalia et xviii porcos et clxxx cues et cxxx agros 
neoioris, et xx agros prati, et x pascuae et ualet per annum 
xii libras et xii solidos. 

Huic mansioni adiacet dimidia uirga quae in supradicto 
pretio cumputatur et uocatur Eruescoma, — .Econ. D. (109 b) 
101. 

The king has a manor which belonged to queen Matilda, called 
Eslapaforda, which Brihtric held on the day on which king 
Edward was alive and dead, an4 it paid geld for two hides and a 
half. These can be ploughed by eleven ploughs. Of them the 
king has half a hide and three ploughs in demesne, and the villeins 
have two hides and eight plough& There the king has eighteen 
villeins, and twelve bordars, and seven swineherds, and six serfs, 
and one pack-horse, and thirty head of cattle, and eighteen swine, 
tod one hundred and eighty sheep, and one hundred and thirty 
acres of wood, and twenty acres of meadow, and ten of pasture ; 
and it is worth yearly twelve pounds and twelve shillings. 

To this manor is annexed half a virgate, which is included in 
the above-mentioned value, and is called Eruescoma. 



Bex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Bichentona quam 
tenuit. Bristicus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida et dimidia et dimidia 
uirga. Has possunt arare xvi camicae. Inde habet rex in 
dominio i uirgam et ii carrucas et uillani v uirgas et 
dimidiam et vii carrucas. Ibi habet rex xiiii uillanos et ii 
bordarios et iii seruos et ii porcarios et reddunt per annum 
xvi porcos et xii animalia et 1 ones et c agros nemoris. et 
viii agros prati et c agros pascuae et reddit per annum xii 
libras. 



THS DEYOlffSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 89 



SlatiefotB. 

Slapeford tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro ii hidis 
et dimidia. Terra est xi carucis. In dominio sunt iii 
caruc£ et vi serui et vii porcarii et xviii uillani et xii 
bordarii cum viii carucis. Ibi xx acrae prati et x acrae 
pasturae et cxxx acrae siluae. Valet xii libras et xii solidos. 

Huic manerio adiacet Ervescome et ibi est dimidia 
virgata terrae. — Exch. D, loi (3) ; 4 a. 



Slapeford, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for two hides 
and a half. There is land for eleven ploughs. In demesne are 
three ploughs, and six serfs, and seven swineherds, and eighteen 
villeins, and twelve bordars, with eight ploughs. There are 
twenty acres of meadow, and ten acres of pasture, and one 
hundred and thirty acres of wood. It is worth twelve pounds and 
twelve shillings. 

To this manor is annexed Ervescome, and there is half a virgate 
of land there. 



ISiel^entonr. 

Bichentone tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro i hida 
et ii virgatis terrae et dimidia. Terra est xvi carucis. In 
dominio sunt ii carucae et iii serui et xiiii uillani et ii 
bordarii cum vii carucis. Ibi viii acrae prati et c acrae 
pasturae et c acrae siluae. Reddit xii libras. 

Huic manerio addita est Bichenelie quae pertinebat in 
Tauestoch tempore regis Eduuardi. Reddit in Bichentone 
iiii libras. — Exch, D, loi (3) ; 4 a. 



90 . THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

Huic supradictde mansioni est addita quaedam alia mausio 
qnsB uocatur Bicheneleia, quae iacebat tempore regis Eduuardi 
in Tauestoca, et reddit per annum iiii libras in Bichentona. — 
Hxan. D. (110) 102. 

The king has a manor called Bichentona, which Brihtric held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it paid 
geld for one hide and a half, and half a virgate. These can be 
ploughed by sixteen ploughs. Of them the king has one virgate 
and two ploughs in demesne ; and the villeins have five virgates 
and a hcdf and seven ploughs. There the king has fourteen 
villeins and two bordars, and three serfs, and two swineherds who 
render sixteen swine yearly, and twelve head of cattle, and fifty 
sheep, and one hundred acres of wood, and eight acres of meadow, 
and one hundred acres of pasture; and it renders yearly twelve 
pounds. 

To this above-mentioned manor has been annexed a certain 
other manor called Bicheneleia, which in the time of king Edward 
lay in Tauestoca, and it renders yearly four pounds to BichentonsL 



Bex habet i mansionem quae uocatur Morchet quam tenuit 
Bristritius ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt 
arare viii carrucae. Inde habet rex i uirgam et ii carrucas in 
dominio et. uillani habent i uirgam et tres carrucas. Ibi 
habet rex viii uillanos et ii seruos et v animalia et xl ones 
et xl agros nemoris et ii agros prati et reddit per annum iiii 
libras numero. Hsec mansio fuit reginae Mathildis [sic], — 
Exon. R (110) 102. 

The king has a manor called Morchet^ which Brihtric held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it paid 
geld for ha]f a hide. This can be ploughed by eight ploughs. Of 
it the king has one virgate and two ploughs in demesne, and the 
villeins have one virgate and three ploughs. The king has eight 
villeins there, and two ser£9, and five head of cattle, and forty 
sheep, and forty acres of wood, and two acres of meadow, and it 
renders yearly four pounds by tale. This manor belonged to queen 
Matilda. 

Bex habet i mansionem quae uocatuf Holecumba quam 
tenuit Bristricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt arare 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUER. 91 



Bichentone, in the time of King Edward, paid geld for one 
hide and two and a half virgates of land. There is land for 
twelve ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and three serfs, 
and fourteen villeins, and two bordars, with seven ploughs. 
There are eight acres of meadow, and one hundred acres of 
pasture, and one hundred acres of wood. It renders twelve 
pounds. 

To this manor has been added Bichenelie, which belonged to 
Tauestoch in the time of king Edward It renders to Bichentone 
four pounds. 



Morchet tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro dimidia 
hida. Terra est viii carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae 
et ii serui et viii i4illani cum iii carucis. Ibi ii acrae prati 
et xl acrae siluae« Reddit iiii libras ad numerum. — ExcA. 
D. loi (3); 4 a. 



Morchet, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for half a hide. 
There is land for eight ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, 
and two serfs, and eight villeins, with three ploughs. There are 
two acres of meadow, and forty acres of wood. It renders four 
pounds by tale. 



T^olecbmbe. 

Holecvmbe tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro una 
hida. Terra est vii carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et 
iiii semi et x uillani et viii bordarii cum v carucis. Ibi 



92 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXETER. 

vii carrucse. Inde habet rex in dominio dimidiam uirgam et 
ii carrucaa et uillani iii uirgas et dimidiam et v carrucas. 
Ibi habet rex decern uillanos et octo bordarios et quattuor 
seruos et quinque animalia et quinquaginta cues et quin- 
quaginta capras et centum et decern agros nemoris et 
reddit per annum octo libras et quindecim solidos. — Uxon. 
D. (1106) 102. 

The king has a manor called llolccumba, which Brihtric held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it paid 
geld for one hide. This can be ploughed by seven ploughs. Of 
it the king has half a virgate and two ploughs in demesne ; and 
the villeins have three virgates and a half^ and five ploughs. There 
the king has ten villeins, and eight bordars, and four serfs, and 
five head of cattle, and fifty sheep, and fifty goats, and one 
hundred and ten acres of wood; and it renders yearly eight pounds 
and fifteen shillings. 

Eex habet i mansionem quse uocatur Halsbretona quam 
tenuit Bristricus ea die qua rex Edunardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus, et reddidit gildum pro v hidis. Has possunt arare 
xxviii carrucdB. Inde habet rex in dominio i hidam et 
dimidiam et iiii carrucas et uillani iii hidas et dimidiam et 
xxii carrucas. Ibi habet rex xliii uillanos et x bordarios et 
viii seruos et v porcarios qui reddunt xxx porcos et ibi 
habet rex ii runcinos et xi animalia et xi porcos et cl ones 
et ii molendinos qui reddunt x solidos, et xvi quadragenarias 
nemoris in longitudine et xiii in latitudine et xxxvi agros 
prati et v quadragenarias pascuse in longitudine et iii in 
latitudine et reddit per annum xxvii libras. 

Et de istis v hidis habet Goscelmus i uirgam terrsB de 
terra scilicet uillanorum et habet ibi i carrucam et i borda- 
rium et i seruum et reddebat x solidos firmee de Halsbretona 
quando Goscelmus eam accepit — Exon, D, (110 h) 103. 

The king has a manor called Halsbretona, which Brihtric held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it paid 
geld for five hides. These can be ploughed by twenty-eight ploughs. 
Of them the king has one hide and a half and four ploughs in 
demesne ; and the villeins have three hides and a half and twenty- 
two ploughs.- There the king has forty-three villeins, and ten 
bordars, and eight serfs, and five swineherds, who render thirty 
swine ; and the king has two pack-horses there, and eleven head 
of cattle, and eleven swine, and one hundred and fifty sheep, and 



THE DEVONSHIBE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 93 

cx acrae siluae. Reddit viii libras et xv solidos. — Exch, D, 
loi (3); ^a. 



Holecvmbe, in the time of king Edward; paid geld for one 
hide. There is land for seven ploughs. In demesne are two 
ploughs, and four serfs, and ten villeins, and eight bordars, with 
five ploughs. There are one hundred and ten acres of wood. It 
renders eight pounds and fifteen shillings. 



JIalfilimone. 

Halsbretone tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro v 
hidis. Terra est xxviii carucis. In dominio sunt iiii carucas 
t\. viii serui et xliii uillani et x bordarii cum xxii carucis. 
Ibi ii molini reddentes x solidos et xxxvi acrae prati. 
Pastura v quarentenae longitudine et iii quarentenae latitu- 
dine. Silua xvi quarentenae longitudine et xiii quarentenae 
latitudine. Reddit xxvii libras. 

De hac terra huius manerii tenet Goscelmus unam 
virgatam terrae et ibi habet i carucam cum i seruo et i 
bordario. Reddit x solidos in Alsbretone. — Exch. D, loi 

(3); 4^. 



Halsbretone, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for five 
hides. There is land for twenty-eight ploughs. In demesne are 
four ploughs, and eight serfs, and forty-three villeins, and ten bor- 
dars, with twenty-two ploughs. There are two mills, rendering 
ten shillings ; and thirty-six acres of meadow. Pasture five fur- 
longs in length, and three furlongs in breadth. Wood sixteen 
furlongs in length, and thirteen furlongs in breadth. It renders 
twenty-seven pounds. 

Of this land of this manor Goscelm holds one virgate of land ; 



94 THB DEVONSaiRE DOMESDAY— EXETER. 

two mills which render ten shillings, and of wood sixteen furlongs in 
length and thirteen in width, and thirty-six acres of meadow, and 
of pasture hve furlongs in length and three in width; and it 
renders yearly twenty-seven pounds. 

And of these five hides, Goscelm has one virgate of land, namely 
of the land of the villeins, and he has there one plough, and one 
bordar, and one serf ; and it rendered ten shillings to the ferm of 
Hulsbretona, when Goscelm received it. 



Rex babet mansionem que uocatar Aisbertona qaam tenuit 
Bristricus ea'die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus 
et reddidit gildum pro iii hidis. Hanc possunt arare x 
carrucse. Inde habet rex in dominio i hidam et ii carrucas 
et uillani ii hidas et iii carrucas. Ibi habet rex vii uillanos 
et viii bordarios et iiii seruos et i runcinum et ii animalia 
et c cues et ii piscatorias et i salina [sic] et i leugam in 
longitudine nemoris et dimidiam leugam in latitudine et iii 
agios prati et xl agios pascuse et leddit pei annum iiii 
libras. 

Hec est mansio quam tenuit Juhellus de regina. — Exon. 
D, (HI) 103. 

The king has a manor called Aisbertona, which Brihtric held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it paid 
geld for three hides. This can be ploughed by ten ploughs. Of it 
the king has one hide and two ploughs in demesne, and the villeins 
have two hides and three ploughs. There the king has seven 
villeins, and eight bordars, and four serfs, and one pack-horse, and 
two head of cattle, and one hundred sheep, and two fisheries, and 
one salt work, and of wood one leuga in length and half a leuga 
in breadth, and three acres of meadow, and forty acres of pasture ; 
and it renders yearly foiur pounds. 

This is a manor which Judhel held of the queen. 



AlttatOeisOotuu 

Bex babet i mansionem quae uocatui Oluaidesdona quam 
tenuit Boia ea die qua lex Eduuaidus fuit uiuus et moituus 
et reddidit gildum pio i uiiga et dimidia. Has possunt aiaie 
ii canucse. Et Hadolfus tenet eam de lege. Ibi habet 
Hadulfus in dominio i uiigam et i cairucam et uillani 
ii feilingos et i canucam. Ibi habet Hadulfus iii uillanos 
et ii seiuos et v animalia et ii poicos et x ones et ii quad- 



THE DEVONSHIBE DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUER. 95 

and he has there one plough, with one serf, and one bordar. It 
renders ten shillings to AlsbretoAe. 



aitoliertoite. 

Aisbertone tempore regis Eduuardi geldabat pro iii 
hidis. Terra est x carucis. In dominie sunt ii carucae et 
iiii serui et vii uillani et viii bordarii cum iii carucis. Ibi 
ii piscariae et una salina et iii acrae prati et xl acrae 
pasturas. Silua i leuca longitudine et dimidia leuca 
latitudine. Reddit iiii libras. Juhel tenebat de regina. — 
Exch, D, loi (3); 4a. 



Aisbertone, in the time of king Edward, paid geld for three 
hides. There is land for ten ploughs. In demesne are two 
ploughs, and four serfs, and seven villeins, and eight bordars, 
with three ploughs. There are two fisheries, and one saltwork, 
and three acres of meadow, and forty acres of pasture. Wood 
one leuga in length, and half a leuga in breadth. It renders four 
pounds. Judhel held it of the queen. 



Rex tenet Vlwardesdone. Boia tenuit tempore regis 
Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terras et dimidia. 
Terra est ii carucis quae ibi sunt cum iii uillanis et ii 
seruis. Ibi iii acrae prati et ii quarentenae pasturae. Silua 
ii quarentenae longitudine et una quarentena latitudine. 
Reddit x solidos. Adolfus tenet de rege. — Exc/u D. loi 

(3); 4^3^. 



96 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXETER. 

ragenarias nemoris in longitudine et i in latitudine et iii 
agros prati et ii quadragenarias pascudB et reddit regi per 
annum x solidos. — Exon, D, (109 i) 102. 

The king has a manor called Oluardesdona, which Boia held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for one virgate and a half. These can be ploughed 
by two ploughs. And Hadolf holds it of the king. There 
Hadolf has one virgate and one plough in demesne; and the 
villeins have two ferlings and one plough. There Hadolf has 
three villeins, and two serfs, and five head of cattle, and two swine, 
and ten sheep, and of wood two furlongs in length and one in 
breadth, and three acres of meadow, and two furlongs of pasture ; 
and it renders to the king yearly ten shillings. 



THB DEVONSHIRB DOMESDA.T— BXCHXQtJER. 97 



The king holds Vlwaxdesdone. Boia held it in the time of 
king Edward) and it paid geld for one viigate and a half of land. 
There is land for two ploughs, which are there, with three villeins, 
and two serfs. There are three acres of meadow, and two furlongs 
of pasture. Wood two furlongs in length, and one furlong in 
breadth. It renders ten shillings. Adolf holds it of the king. 



H 



98 THB DBVONSHIBE DOMESDAY— EXETEE. 



Cecra^ ^ancti Petri efimtatxmsisi stttlt&ist m 

Debennesctra* 

Episcopus habet i ecclesiam in Essecestra quae reddit per 
annum i marcam argenti et xlviii domos, et de his domibus 
reddunt x ex illis x solidoB et x denarios de consuetudine, et 
ii sunt uastatse per ignem, et ii agros et dimidium terrse, qui 
iacent cum terra burgensium qui pertinent ad ecclesiam. — 
£xon, R (1206) 111. 

HanUsE of tt)e Ct)ttrc|) of ^t IPeter of extttv 

The bishop has a church in Exeter which renders yearly one 
mark of silver, and he has forty-eight houses ; and of these houses, 
ten render ten shillings and tenpence by custom, and two have 
been laid waste by fire ; and [the bishop has] two acres and a half 
of land, which lie with the land of the burgesses who belong to 
the church. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Ghritetona quse 
reddidit gildum tempore regis Eduuardi pro xv hidis. Has 
possunt arare clxxxv carruc^e. Inde habet episcopus vi hidas 
et xiii carrucas in dominio, et inter milites et uillanos habent 
viiii hidas et clxxii carrucas. Ibi habet episcopus cclxiiii 
uillanos et Ixxiii bordarios et xl seruos et xxx porcarios qui 
reddunt per annum cl porcos, et iiii roncinos et Ixiiii animalia 
etivii porcos et cccc ones xii minus, et cxv capras, et i molen- 
dinum qui redit [sic] per annum xxx denarios, et v leugas 
nemoris in longitudine et dimidiam in latitudine, et Ixxx 
agros prati et cc agros pascuse ; et ualet per annum Ixxv libras, 
et quando episcopus banc recepit reddebat xxi libras. 

habet 

Gum hac mansione clamat [sic] episcopus i mansionem 
quse uocatur Niuuentona, quam tenet Domnus, et reddidit 
gildum pro iii hidis. De hac mansione ostendit Osbemus 
episcopus cartas suas, quae testantur aecclesiam suam esse inde 

adhne 

saisitam, antequam regnaret rex Eduuardus; et dicit [sic] 
quod temporibus regis Willelmi de hac terra placitauit, et 
disraisnauit testimonio francigenarum esse suam : et ualet iii 
]ihTS3.—jExoii. D. (117) 107. 



TKE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 99 



II. Cerra €ptecopC He exonta. 

Episcopus de Exonia habet in ciuitate unam aecclesiam 
quae reddit i markam argenti et xlvii domus reddentes x 
solidos et x denarios, et duae domus sunt uastatae per 
ignem. Ibi ii acrae terrae et dimidia et iacent cum terra 
burgensium qui ad aecclesiam pertinent. — ExcA, D, loi 

(4) ; 4*. 



II. iLanO of tl)e i8te|)op of e^etrr. 

The bishop of Exeter has in the city one church, which renders 
one mark of silver ; and forty-seven houses rendering ten shillings 
and tenpence ; and two houses have been laid waste by fire. 
There are two acres and a half of land ; and they lie with the land 
of the burgesses who belong to the church. 



Crttetone. 

Ipse episcopus tenet Critetone. Tempore regis Eduuardi 
geldabat pro xv hidis. Terra est c quater xx v carucis. 
De ea sunt in dominio vi hidae: et xiii carucae ibi et xl serui 
et cclxiiii uillani et Ixxiii bordarii cum clxxii carucis. Ibi 
xxx porcarii reddentes cl porcos et molinus reddens xxx 
denarios. Ibi quatuor xx acrae prati et cc acrae pasturae. 
Silua V leucae longitudine et dimidia leuca latitudine. Olim 
ualebat xxi libras modo Ixxv libras. 

Cum hoc manerio tenet idem episcopus Niwetone et 
geldat pro iii hidis. De hoc manerio ostendit Osbernus 
episcopus cartas suas quae testantur aecclesiam Sancti Petri 
inde fuisse saisitam antequam rex Eduuardus regnaret. 
Insuper tempore regis Willelmi diratiocinauit coram 
baronibus regis esse suam. Valet iii libras. Domno tenet 
— Exch, D. loi (4) ; 4A. 



H 2 



100 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

The bishop has a manor called Chritetona, which rendered geld in 
the time of king Edward for fifteen hides. These can be ploughed by 
one hundred and eighty-five ploughs. Of them the bishop has six 
hides and thirteen ploughs in demesne; and the men-at-arms and the 
villeins have between them nine hides and one hundred and seventy- 
two ploughs. There the bishop has two hundred and sixty -four 
villeins, and seventy-three bordars, and forty serfs, and thirty swine- 
herds, who render yearly one hundred and fifty swine,, and four 
pack-horses, and sixty-four head of cattle, and fifty-seven swine, 
and three hundred and eighty-eight sheep, and one hundred and 
fifteen goats, and one mill which renders yearly thirty pence, and 
of wood five leugas in length, and half a leuga in breadth, and 
eighty acres of meadow, and two hundred acres of pasture ; and it 
is worth yearly seventy-five pounds ; and when the bishop received 
it, it rendered twenty-one pounds. 

With this manor the bishop has a manor called Niuuentona, 
which Domnus holds, and it rendered geld for three hides. Con- 
cerning this manor bishop Osbem showed his charters, which testify 
that his church was seised of it before king Edward reigned ; and 
now he says that in the time of king William he pleaded concern- 
ing this land, and proved it to be his by the testimony of francigense; 
and it is worth three pounds. 

Osbemus episcopus habet i maDsionem quae uocatur Beria, 
quse reddidit gildum tempore regis Eduuardi, pro i uirga. 
Hanc possunt arare iii carrucae. Ibi habet episcopus iii 
uillanos qui babent duas carrucas ; et ibi habet episcopus iii 
bordarios et v agros prati. Hsec reddit per annum vii solidos 
et vi denarios. — Eccan, B, (117) 107. 

Bishop Osbem has a manor called Beria, which rendered geld in 
the time of king Edward for one virgate. This can be ploughed 
by three ploughs. There the bishop has three villeins, who have 
two ploughs ; and the bishop has three bordars there, and five acres 
of meadow. This [manor] renders yearly seven shillings and six- 
pence. 

STaintona. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quss uocatur Taintona, quae 
reddidit gildum tempore regis Eduuardi pro x et viii hidis. 
Has possunt arare Iv carruoe. Inde habet episcopus v bidas 
et iiii carrucas in dominio ; et uillani habent xiii hidas et li 
carrucas. Ibi habet episcopus Ivii uillanos et xxxvi bordarios 
et xiiii seruos et x porcarios qui reddunt per annum xxxv 
porcos, et ii roncinos et xxxvii animalia et vii porcos et cecc 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUER. 101 

The bishop himself holds Critetone. In the time of king 
Edward it paid geld for fifteen hides. There is land for one hun- 
dred and eighty-five ploughs. Of this six hides are in demesne, 
and thirteen ploughs are there, and forty serfs, and two hundred 
and sixty-four villeins, and seventy-three bordars, with one hundred 
and seventy-two ploughs. There are thirty swineherds, rendering 
one hundred and fifty swine, and a mill rendering thirty pence. 
There are eighty acres of meadow, and two hundred acres of 
pasture. Wood five leugas in length, and half a leuga in breadth. 
Formerly it was worth twenty-one pounds ; now seventy-five 
pounds. 

With this manor the same bishop holds Niwetone, and it pays 
geld for three hides. Concerning this manor bishop Osbem 
showed his charters, which testify that the church of Saint Peter 
was seised of it before king Edward reigned. Moreover, in the 
time of king William, he proved before the king's barons that it 
was his. It is worth three pounds. Domno holds it 



Brrtr. 

Ipse episcopus tenet Berie. Tempore regis Eduuardi 
geldabat pro una virgata terrae. Terra est iii carucis. Ibi 
iiii uillani et iii bordarii habent duas carucas. Ibi v acrae 
prati. Valet vii solidos et vi denarios. — Exch. D, loi (4) ; 4^. 



The bishop himself holds Berie. In the time of king Edward 
it paid geld for one virgate of land. There is land for three 
ploughs. There four villeins and three bordars have two ploughs. 
There are five acres of meadow. It is worth seven shillings and 
sixpence. 

^Tantone. 

Ipse episcopus tenet Tantone. Tempore regis Eduuardi 
geldabat pro xviii hid is. Terra est Iv carucis. In dominio 
sunt iiii carucae et xiiii serui et Ivii uillani et xxxvi bor- 
darii cum li carucis. Ibi x porcarii reddentes xxxv porcos. 
Ibi xxiiii salinae reddentes x solidos et x acrae prati. 
Pastura iiii leucae longitudine et dimidia leuca latitudine. 
Silua i leuca longitudine et tantundem latitudine. In 



102 . THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

cues et X et zl capras, et ix demos in burgo Essecestre 
quse reddunt per annum iii solidos et xxiiii salinas quse red- 
dunt per annum x solidos et i leugam nemoris in longitudine 
et tantundem in latitudine et x agros prati et iiii leugas 
pascuse in longitudine et dimidiam in latitudine; et uedet 
per annum xxiiii libras, et quando episcopus recepit ualebat 
xiiii libras. — Exon. D. (117) 108. 

The bishop has a manor called Taintona, which rendered geld in 
the time of king Edward for eighteen hides. These can be ploughed 
by fifty-five ploughs. Of them the hishop has five hides and four 
ploughs in demesne j and the villeins have thirteen hides and fifty- 
one ploughs. There the bishop has fifty-seven villeins, and thirty-six 
bordars, and fourteen serfs, and ten swineherds who render yearly 
thirty-five swine, and two pack-horses, and thirty-seven head of cattle, 
and seven swine, and four hundred sheep, and fifty goats ; and nine 
houses in the borough of Exeter which render yearly three shillings, 
and twenty -four salt works which render yearly ten shillings, and 
of wood one leuga in length and as much in breadth, and ten acres 
of meadow, and of pasture four leugas in length and one half a 
leuga in breadth ; and it is worth yearly twenty-four pounds ; and 
when the bishop received it, it was worth fourteen pounds. 



Sottelfo. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Douelis quae 
reddidit gildum tempore regis Eduuardi pro vii hidis. Has 
possunt arare xxx carrucse. Inde habet episcopus i hidam et 
ii carrucas in dominio, et uillani habent vi hidas et xxiiii 
carrucas. Hsec mansio est de uictu chanonicorum. Ibi habet 
episcopus xxx uillanos et viii bordarios et iii seruos et iii 
uaccas et ii porcos c ones et iii quadragenarias nemusculi 
in longitudine et unam in latitudine et vi agros prati et xii 
agros pascuse; et ualet per annum viii libras et quando 
episcopus eam recepit ualebat vii libras. — Ewn, D. (117&) 108. 

The bishop has a manor called DoueUs, which rendered geld in 
the time of king Edward for seven hides. These can be ploughed 
by thirty ploughs. Of them the bishop has one hide and two 
ploughs in demesne ; and the villeins have six hides and twenty- 
four ploughs. This manor is part of the sustenance of the canons. 
There the bishop has thirty villeins, and eight bordars, and three 
serfs, and three cows, and two swine, one hundred sheep, and cop- 
pice three furlongs in length and one in hreadth, and six acres of 
meadow, and twelve acres of pasture ; and it is worth yearly eight 
pounds; and when the bishop received it, it was worth seven pounds. 



THE DSYONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUEB. 103 

Execestre ix domus reddentes iii solidos. Totum manerium 
ualebat olim xiiii libras modo xxiiii libras. — Exch, D. loi 

(4) ; 4*. 



The bishop himself holds Tantone. In the time of king 
Edward it paid geld for eighteen hides. There is land for fifty-five 
ploughs. In demesne are four ploughs, and fourteen serfs, and 
fifty-seven villeins, and thirty-six bordars, with fifty-one ploughs. 
There are ten swineherds rendering thirty-five swine. There are 
twenty-four saltworks, rendering ten shillings, and ten acres of 
meadow. Pasture four leugas in length, and half a leuga in 
breadth. Wood one leuga in length, and as much in breadth. In 
Exeter there are nine houses rendering three shillings. The whole 
manor was formerly worth fourteen pounds; now it is worth 
twenty-four pounds. 



Ipse episcopus tenet Dovles. Tempore regis Eduuardi 
geldabat pro vii hidis. Terra est xxx carucis. In dominio 
sunt ii carucae et iii serui et xxx uillani et viii bordarii 
cum xxiiii carucis. Ibi vi acrae prati et xii acrae pasturae. 
Silua minuta iii quarentenae longitudine et una quarentena 
latitudine. Olim vii libras modo viii libras. — Exck. D. 
lOl (4); 4*. 



The bishop himself holds Dovles. In the time of king Edward 
it paid geld for seven hides. There is land for thirty ploughs. 
In demesne are two ploughs, and three serfs, and thirty villeins, 
and eight bordars, with twenty-four ploughs. There are six acres 
of meadow, and twelve acres of pasture. Coppice three furlongs 
in length, and one furlong in breadth. Formerly [// was wort/i\ 
seven pounds ; now eight pounds. 



104 THE DEVONSHIBE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 



no. 

Episcopus babet i maDsionem quae uocatur Ida, quae red- 
didit gildum tempore regis Eduuardi pro ii hidia Has 
possunt arare vi carrucas. Inde habet episcopus i hidam et i 
carrucam in dominio et oillani habent i hidam et v carrucas. 
Ibi habet episcopus xi uillanos, et totidem bordarios et ii 
seruos et i roncinum et iii animalia et xxxiii oues et iiii 
agros nemusculi; et ualet per annum xl solidos et quando 
episcopus accepit ualebat tantundem. Hoc est de uictu 
canonichorum. — JExon, D, (117 b) 108. 

The bishop has a manor called Ida, which rendered geld in the 
time of king Edward for two hidea These can be ploughed by 
six ploughs. Of them the bishop has one hide and one plough in 
demesne ; and the villeins have one hide and five ploughs. There 
the bishop has eleven villeins, and as many bordars, and two serfs, 
and one pack-horse, and three head of cattle, and thirty-three sheep, 
and four acres of coppice ; and it is worth yearly forty shillings ; 
and when the bishop received it, it was worth as much. This 
[manor] is part of the sustenance of the canons. 

i&tottrctotuu 

Osbernus episcopus habet i mansionem qusB uocatur Stoure- 
tona quam tenuit Leuricus episcopus ea die qua Eduuardus 
rex fuit uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro ii hidis et 
dimidia. Has possunt arare xx carrucse. Inde habet episco- 
pus in dominio dimidiam hidam et i carrucam et uillani ii 
hidas et xvi carrucas. Ibi habet episcopus xx uillanos et xii 
bordarios et ix seruos et v animalia et ci oues et xli agros 
nemusculi et xii agros prati et xxx quadragenarias pascuse ; 
et ualet per annum vii libras. Et hoc est de uictu canoni- 
comm.—JSxon. D. 120 (110). 

Bishop Osbem has a manor called Stouretona, which Bishop 
Leofric held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, 
and it rendered geld for two hides and a half. These can be 
ploughed by twenty ploughs. Of them the bishop has half a hide 
and one plough in demesne ; and the villeins have two hides and 
sixteen ploughs. There the bishop has twenty villeins, and twelve 
boidars, and nine serfs, and five head of cattle, and one hundred 
and one sheep, and forty-one acres of coppice, and twelve acres of 
meadow, and thirty furlongs of pasture ; and it is worth yearly 
seven pounds. And this [manor] is part of the sustenance of the 
canons. 



THB DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 103 

Ipse episcopus tenet Ide. Tempore regis Eduuardi gel- 
dabat pro ii hidis. Terra est vi carucis. In dominio est 
i caruca et ii serui et xi uillani et xi bordarii cum v 
carucis. Ibi iii acrss siluae minutae. Olim et modo valet 
xl solidos.-^ExcA, D. loi (4) ; 4*. 



The bishop himself holds Ide. In the time of king Edward it 
paid geld for two hides. There is land for six ploughs. In 
demesne there are one plough, and two serfs and eleven villeins, 
and eleven bordars, with five ploughs. There are three acres of 
coppice. Formerly it was, and now it is, worth forty shillings. 



Sobretone. 

Ipse episcopus tenet Sovretone. Tempore regis Eduuardi 
geldabat pro ii hidis et dimidia. Terra est xx carucis. In 
dominio est una caruca et ix serui et xx uillani et xii 
bordarii cum xvi carucis. Ibi xii acrae prati et xli acras 
siluae minutae et xxx quarentenae pasturae. Valet vii libras. 
— Exch. D. loi (4); 4*. 



The bishop himself holds Sovretone. In the time of king 
Edward it paid geld for two hides and a half. There is land for 
twenty ploughs. In demesne are one plough, and nine serfs, and 
twenty villeins, and twelve bordars, with sixteen ploughs. There 
are twelve acres of meadow, and forty-one acres of coppice, and 
thirty fiirlongs of pasture. It is worth seven pounds. 



106 THE D&VONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXETSB. 



Osbernus episcopus habet i mansionem qose uocatur 
aecclesia Sanctse Mariae, quam teuuit Leuricus episcopus ea 
die qua Eduuardus rex fait et mortuus, et reddidit gildum 
pro ii uirgis. Has possunt arare iii carrucse. Ibi habet 
episcopus in dominio i uirgam et i carrucam et uillaoi i 
uirgam et ii carrucas. Ibi habet episcopus iiii uillanos et iiii 
bordarios et Ixiiii cues ; et ualet per annum xv solidos ; et hoc 
est de uictu canicorum [sic]. — Uxon, D. (120) 110. 

Bishop Osbern has a manor called the Church of Saint Mary, 
which bishop Leofric held on the day on which king Edward was 
raZtt;e] and dead^ and it rendered geld for two viigates. These can 
be ploughed by three ploughs. There the bishop has in demesne 
one viigate and one plough, and the villeins have one virgate and 
two ploughs. There the bishop has four villeins, and four bordars, 
and sixty-four sheep ; and it is worth yearly fifteen shillings ; and 
this [rnaTM^r] is part of the sustenance of the canons. 

3l?att0tonau 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Haustona, quam 
tenuit Ordulfus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus, et reddidit gildum pro ii uirgis. Has possunt arare v 
carrucae. Ibi habet episcopus vi villanos qui habent iii 
carrucas, et ii agros prati et communam [sic] pascuaui Bratonse. 
Heec ualet xxv solidos et quando episcopus recepit ualebat 
tantundem.— JEcoTi. D. (1176) 108. 

The bishop has a manor called Haustona, which Ordulf held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for two virgates. These can be ploughed by five ploughs. 
There the bishop has six villeins, who ha\ e three ploughs, and there 
are two acres of meadow, and common pasture at Bratona. This 
[maiior] is worth twenty- five shillings; and when the bishop 
received it, it was worth as much. 



Sotintotia. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Botintona quam 
tenuit Ednodus pariter et potuit ad quemlibet dominum ea 
die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus et ista est 
addita supradictae mansioni et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. 
Hanc possunt arrare ii carrucae. Ibi habet episcopus i uilla- 



THE D£V0NSH1B£ DOMESDAY — ^EXCHEQUSB. 107 



Ipse episcopus tenet aecclesiam Sancte Marie. Tempore 
regis Eduuardi geldabat pro ii virgatis terra*. Terra est iii 
carucis quse ibi sunt cum iiii uillanis et iiii bordariis. Valet 
XV solidos. 

Hse supranotatae quattuor villae sunt de victu canoni- 
corum. — £xcA. D, loi (4); 4^. 



The bishop himself holds the church of Saint Mary. In the 
time of king Edward it paid geld for two virgates of land. There 
is land for three ploughs, which are there, with four villeins, and 
foiu: bordars. It is worth fifteen shillings. 

These four above-mentioned manors are for the sustenance of 
the canons. 



3l?ati0totie* 

Ipse episcopus tenet Havstone. Ordulf tenebat tempore 
regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro ii virgatis terrae. Terra est 
V carucis. Ibi vi uillani habent iii carucas et ibi ii acrae 
prati et communis pastura Bratonac. Valuit et ualet xxv 
solidos. — Exch, D, lOi (4); 4^. 



The bishop himself holds Havstone. Ordulf held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for two virgates of land. 
There is land for five ploughs. There six villeins have three 
ploughs ; and there are two acres of meadow, and cbmmon pasture 
at Bratona. It was, and is worth, twenty-five shillings. 



ISoMittone. 

Ipse episcopus tenet Botintone. Ednod libere tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. 
Terra est ii carucis. Haec est addita superiori uillae. Ibi 
est unus uillanus et communis pastura Bratone. Valet v 
solidos. 



108 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

nam, et communam pascuam BratoDss. Hsec ualet v solidos 
et quando episcopus recepit ualebat tantundem. 

Istas duas prsedictas mansiones dedit comes de Moritonio 
episcopo propter escanbium [sic] castelli CornugallisB. — 
Uxon. R (118; 108. 

The bishop has a manor called Botintona, which Ednod held in 
partage, with power to go to any one he chose as lord, on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead; and this has 
been annexed to the above-mentioned manor, and it rendered geld 
for one virgate. This can be ploughed by two ploughs. There the 
bishop has one villein, and common pasture at Bratona. This 
[manor] is worth five shillings ; and when the bishop received it^ 
it was worth as much. 

These two aforesaid manors the £arl of Mortain gave to the 
bishop in exchange for the castle of Cornwall 



STatttona. 

Osbernus episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Tan- 
tona. In ea sunt xii hidse de quibus ix reddiderunt gildum 
tempore regis Eduuardi et alias iii remanentes habuit episco- 
pus in dominio et nunquam geldauerunt Has xii hidas 
possunt arare cl carrucds. Inde habet episcopus iii hidas et 
vi carrucas in dominio et uillani habent e carrucas. Ibi 
habet episcopus Ixxx uillanos et xi bordarios et x et viii 
seruos et xxii porcarios qui reddunt per annum c porcos et i 
roncinum et xv animalia et cliii ones, et xii agros nemusculi 
et xxiiii agros prati et c agros pascue; et udet per annum 
xl libras et quando episcopus recepit ualebat 1 libras. — 
Hxm. JD. (118) 108. 

Bishop Osbern has a manor called Tautona. In it are twelve hides, 
of which nine rendered geld in the time of king Edward, and the 
other remaining three the bishop held in demesne, and they never 
paid geld. These twelve hides can be ploughed by one hundred 
and fifty ploughs. Of these the bishop has three hides and six 
ploughs in demesne ; and the villeins have one hundred ploughs. 
There the bishop has eighty villeins, and eleven bordars, and 
eighteen serfs, and twenty-two swineherds, who render yearly one 
hundred swine, and one pack-horse, and fifteen head of cattle, and 
one hundred and fifty-three sheep, and twelve acres of coppice, and 
twenty-four acres of meadow, and one hundred acres of pasture; 
and it is worth yearly forty pounds ; and when the bishop received 
it, it was worth fifty pounds. 



THE DEV0N8HIRB DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUEB. 109 

Haec ii maneria dedit episcopo comes Moritonensis pro 
excambio castelli de Cornualia. — Exch. D. loi (4) ; 4*. 



The bishop himself holds Botintone. Ednod held it freely in 
the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. 
There is land for two ploughs. This has been annexed to the 
above-mentioned manor. There is one villein, and common 
pasture at Bratone. It is worth five shillings. 

The earl of Mortain gave these two manors to the bishop in 
exchange for the castle of Cornwall. 



STabtone. 

Ipse episcopus tenet Tavtone. Ibi sunt xii hidse. Tres 
ex his nunquam geldauerunt nisi tantum ix. Terra est cl 
carucis. In dominio sunt vi carucae et xviii serui et quater 
XX uillani et xi bordarii habentes c carucas. Ibi xxii porcarii 
reddentes c porcos, et xxiiii acrae prati et c acrae pasturae et 
xii acrae siluae minutae. Quando recepit ualebat 1 libras. 
Modo xl libras. — Exch, D. loi (4); 4*. 



The bishop himself holds Tavtone. Twelve hides are there. 
Three of these never paid geld, only nine. There is land for one 
hundred and fifty ploughs. In demesne are six ploughs, and 
eighteen serfs, and eighty villeins, and eleven bordars, having one 
hundred ploughs. There are twenty-two swineherds, rendering 
one hundred swine, and twenty-four acres of meadow, and one 
hundred acres of pasture, and twelve acres of coppice. When 
[the bishop] received it, it was worth fifty pounds ; now it is worth 
forty pounds. 



110 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 



arulmetttocf^a* 

Osbernus episcopas habet i mansionem quae uocatur Culm- 
estocha qase reddidit gildum pro v hidis. Has possunt arare 
xv carrucae. Inde habet episcopus i hidam et ii carrucas in 
dominio et uillaiii iiii hidas et xi carrucas. Ibi habet 
episcopus xxiiii uillanos et viii bordarios et v seruos et xl 
oues et i molendinum qui reddit v solidos, et vii quadra* 
genarias nemoris in longitudine et i in latitudine, et 1 agros. 
prati,' et i leugam pascuae in longitudine et aliam in latitu- 
dine. Haec reddit vi libras et quando episcopus recepit 
nalebat iiii ]ihTBA.—Ex(m. D. (118) 108. 

Bishop Osbem has a manor called Gulmestocha, which rendered 
geld for five hidea These can be ploughed by fifteen ploughs. Of 
them the bishop has one hide and two ploughs in demesne ; and the 
villeins have four hides, and eleven plough& The bishop has 
twenty-four villeins there, and eight bordars, and five serfs, and 
forty sheep, and one mill which renders five shillings, and of wood 
seven furlongs in length and one in breadth, and fifty acres of 
meadow, and of pasture one leuga in length and another in breadth. 
This [?nanor] renders six pounds; and when the bishop received it, 
it was worth four pounda 

£to(|a* 

Osbemus episcopus habet i mansionem quse uocatur Stocha, 
quae reddidit gildum tempore regis Eduuardi pro i hida. 
Hanc possunt arare vi carrucae. Inde habet episcopus i 
uirgam in dominio et i carrucam, et uillani habent vi 
carrucas. Ibi habet episcopus iiii uillanos et viii bordarios 
et ii seruos et xiiii animalia et xii porcos et ii molendinos 
qui reddunt per annum xxx solidos, et iiii agros nemusculi 
et viii agros prati et 1 agros pascuee ; et ualet per annum 1 
Bolidos,—Sxon. D. (118) 109. 

Bishop Osbem has a manor called Stocha, which rendered geld 
in the time of king Edward for one hide. This can be ploughed 
by six ploughs. Of it the bishop has one virgate in demesne, and 
one plough ; and the villeins have six plougha There the bishop 
has four villeins, and eight bordars, and two serfs, and fourteen 
head of cattle, and twelve swine, and two mills, which render 
yearly thirty shillings ; and four acres of coppice, and eight acres 
of meadow, and fifty acres of pasture ; and it is worth yearly fifty 
shillings. 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT— EXGHEQUEB. Ill 



Ipse episcopus tenet Cvlmestoche. Tempore regis 
Eduuardi geldabat pro v hidis. Terra est xv carucis. In 
dominio sunt ii carucse et v serui et xxiiii uillani et viii 
bordarii cum xi carucis. Ibi molinus reddens v solidos et 
1 acrae prati et vii quarentenae siluae in longitudine et una 
quarentena in latitudine. Pastura i- leuca longitudine et 
tantundem latitudine. Olim iiii libras. Modo ualet vi libras. 
—Exch, D, loi (4) ; 4^. 



The bishop himself holds Cvlmestoche. In the time of king 
Edward it paid geld for five hides. There is land for fifteen 
ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and five serfs, and twenty- 
four villeins, and eight bordars, with eleven ploughs. There is a 
mill rendering five shillings ; and there are fifty acres of meadow, 
and wood seven furlongs in length and one furlong in breadth. 
Pasture one leuga in length and as much in breadth. It was 
formerly worth four pounds : now it is worth six pounds. 



Ipse episcopus tenet Stoche. Tempore regis Eduuardi 
geldabat pro una hida. Terra est vi carucis. In dominio 
est i caruca et ii serui et iiii uillani et viii bordarii cum vi 
carucis. Ibi ii molini reddentes xxx solidos et viii acrse 
prati et 1 acrae pasturse et iiii acrae siluae minutae. Valet 1 
solidos. — Exch. D, loi (4); 4^. 



The bishop himself holds Stoche. In the time of king 
Edward it paid geld for one hide. There is land for six ploughs. 
In demesne are one plough, and two serfs, and four villeins, and 
^ht bordars, with six ploughs. There are two mills rendering 
thirty shillings; and eight acres of meadow, and fifty acres of 
pasture, and four acres of coppice. It is worth fifty shillings. 



112 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXETER. 



STaletotta. 

Osbernus episcopus habet i quae uocatur Taletona quam 
tenuit Leuricus episcopus die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro vii hidis. Has possunt 
arare xvi carrucas. £t Sobertus banc tenet de episcopo. 
Inde habet Bobertus iii hidas et i carrucam et uillani iiii 
hidas et viiii carrucas. Ibi habet Bobertus xx uillanos et 
xii bordarios et vi seruos et iii animalia et Ix oues et i molen- 
dinum qui reddidit per annum 1 denarios et vi. agros nemus- 
culi et XX agros prati et cl agros pascuae ; et ualet per annum 
vi libras et quando recepit c solidos. — Exan, D. (118 b) 109. 

Bishop Osbem has [a manor] called Taletona, which bishop 
Leo&ic held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead; 
and it rendered geld for seven hides. These can be ploughed by 
sixteen ploughs; and Eobert holds this [manor] of the bishop. 
Of it Eobert has three hides and one plough ; and the villeins 
have four hides and nine plougha There Eobert has twenty 
villeins, and twelve bordars, and six serfs, and three head of cattle, 
and sixty sheep, and one mill which rendered yearly fifty pence, 
and six acres of coppice, and twenty acres of meadow, and one 
hundred and fifty acres of pasture ; and it is worth yearly six 
pounds; and when he received it, it was worth one hundred ^ 
shillings. 

Osbernus episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Side«^ 
beria quam tenuerunt Aluinus et Goduinus pariter ea die qua 
rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus, quae reddidit gildum 
pro iii hidis. Has possunt arare xx carrucae. Inde habet 
episcopus i hidam et duas carrucas et villani ii hidas et xviii 
carrucas. Ibi habet episcopus xxxii uillanos et v bordarios 
et ii seruos et x animalia et iii porcos et cxl oues et xiiii 
capras et ccc agros nemoris et xii agros prati et c agros pascuae. 
Haec ualet vi Ubras et quando episcopus recepit tantundem. 
—Exan, D. (1186) 109. 

Bishop Osbem has a manor called Sideberia which Aluin and 
Goduin held in partage on the day on which king Edward was 
alive and dead, and which rendered geld for three hides. These 
can be ploughed by twenty ploughs. Of them the bishop has one 
hide and two ploughs ; and the villeins have two hides and eighteen 
plough& There the bishop has thirty-two villeins, and five bordars, 
and two serfs, and ten head of cattle, and three swine^ and one 



X 



TBE DEVONSBIKE DOMESDAT — EXCHEQUEB. 113 



ffalctotte* 

Robertus tenet de episcopo Taletone. Tempore regis 
Eduuardi geldabat pro vii hidis. Terra est xvi carucis. 
In dominio est i caruca et vi serui et xx uillani et xii 
bordarii cum ix carucis. Ibi molinus reddens 1 denarios et 
XX acrae prati et cl acrae pasturae et vi acrae siluae minutae. 
Olim c solidos modo vi libras. — Exch. D. 102 (i) ; 5 a. 



Robert holds of the bishop Taletone. In the time of king 
Edward it paid geld for seven hides. There is land for sixteen 
ploughs. In demesne are one plough, and six serfs, and twenty 
villeins, and twelve bordars, with nine ploughs. There is a mill 
rendering fifty pence, and there are twenty acres of meadow, and 
one hundred and fifty acres of pasture, and six acres of coppice. 
Formerly it was wordi one hundred shillings, now it is worth six 
pounds. 



Ipse episcopus tenet Sideberie. Aluuinus et Goduinus 
tenebant tempore regis Eduuardi. Geldabat pro v hidis. 
Terra est xxx carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et ii serui 
et xxxii uillani et v bordarii cum xxv carucis. Ibi xii acrae 
prati et c acrae pasturae et ccc acrae siluae. Olim et modo 
ualet vi libras. — Exch. D. 102 (i) ; 5 a. 



The bishop himself holds Sideberie. Alwin and Goduin held 
it in the time of king Edward. It paid geld for five hides. There 
is land for thirty ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and two 
serfs, and thirty-two villeins, and five bordars, with twenty-five 
ploughs. There are twelve acres of meadow, and one hundred 
acres of pasture, and three hundred acres of wood. Formerly 
it was, and now it is, worth six pounds. 

I 



114 THE D1V0N8HIRK DOMESDAY — ^EXETER. 

hundred and forty sheep, and fourteen goats, and three hundred 
acres of wood, and twelve acres of meadow, and one hundred acres 
of pasture. It is worth six pounds, and when the hishop receired 
it, it was worth as much. 

Osbemus episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Sel- 
coma quam tenuit Leuricus episcopus ea die qua rex 
Eduuaraus fuit uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro iii 
hidis. Has possunt arare vi carruca^. Inde habet episcopus 
i hidam et i carrucam in dominio et villani ii hidas et vii car- 
rucas. Ibi habet episcopus xvi uillanos et vii bordarios et ii 
seruos et Ixxx ones et xiiii agros nemoris et vi agros prati et 
i leugam pascuse in longitudine et iiii quadragenarias in lati- 
tudine. Hsec ualet ]x solidos et quando episcopus recepit 
ualebat tantundem.— -Econ. D, (1186) 109. 

Bishop Osbem has a manor called Selcoma, which bishop Leof ric 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead ; and it 
rendered geld for three hide?. These can be ploughed by six 
ploughs. Of these the bishop has one hide and one plough in 
demesne; and the villeins have two hides and seven plougha 
There the bishop has sixteen villeins, and seven bordars, and two 
serfs, and eighty sheep, and fourteen acres of wood, and six acres 
of meadow, and pasture one leuga long and four furlongs broad. 
This [77ian(?r] is worth sixty shillings, and when the bishop received 
it, it was worth as much. 

HxttxittM&n. 

Osbemus episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Bre- 
tricestan quam tenuit Leuricus episcopus ea die qua rex 
Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gUdum pro i hida. 
Hanc possunt arare v carrucaB. Inde habet episcopus dimi- 
diam hidam «t i carrucam in dominio et villani dimidiam 
hidam et iii carrucas. Ibi habet episcopus iii uillanos et vi 
bordarios et ii animalia et xlii ones et xl agros prati et I agros 
pascuae. Haec ualet xx solidos et quando episcopus recepit 
ualebat tantundem« — JExon. D. (119) 109. 

Bishop Osbem hasia manor called Bretricestan, which bishop 
Leofric held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, 
and it rendered geld for one hide. This can be ploughed by five 
ploughs. Of it the bishop has half a hide and one plough in 
demesne; and the villeins have half a hide and three ploughs. 
There the bishop has three villeins, and six bordars, and two head 



THE DSVONSHIKE DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUIB. 115 



Ipse episcopus tenet Selcome. Tempore regis Eduuardi 
geldabat pro iii hidis. Terra est vi carucis. In dominio 
est i caruca et ii serui et xvi uillani et vii bordarii cum vii 
carucis. Ibi vi acrse prati et xiiii acrae siluae. Pastura I 
leuca longitudine et iiii quarentense latitudine. Olim et 
modo ualet Ix solidos. — ExcA. D. 102 (i); 5«. 



The bishop himself holds Selcome. In the time of king 
Edward it paid geld for iii hides. There is land for six ploughs. 
In demesne are one plough, and two serfs, and sixteen villeins, 
and seven bordars, with seven ploughs. There are six acres of 
meadow, and fourteen acres of wood. Pasture one leuga in 
length and four furlongs in breadth. Formerly it was, and now it 
is, worth sixty shillings. 



Ipse episcopus tenet Bedricestan. Tempore regis 
Eduuardi geldabat pro i hida. Terra est v carucis. In 
dominio est i caruca et iii uillani et vi bordarii cum iii 
carucis. Ibi xl acrae prati et 1 acrse pasturae. Olim et 
modo ualet xx solidos. — Exch, D. 102 (i); $a. 



The bishop himself holds Bedricestan. In the time of king 

Edward it paid geld for one hide. There is land for five ploughs. 

In demesne are one plough, and three villeius, and six bordars, 

with three ploughs. There are forty acres of meadow, and fifty 

acres of pasture. Formerly it was, and now it is, worth twenty 

shillings. 

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116 THE DEVONSHIRE DOSiESDAT — EXETER. 

of cattle, and forty-two sbeep, and forty acres of meadow, and 
fifty acres of pasture. This [r^uznor] is worth twenty shillings; 
and when the bishop received it, it was worth as mucL 

$citttonau 

Osbernus episcopns habet i mansionem quae uocatur 
Peintona quam tenuit Leuricus episcopus ea die qua 
Eduuardos rex fuit et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro 
XX hidis. Has possunt arare Ix carrucae. Inde habet epis- 
copus in dominio vi hidas et viii carrucas et uillani xiiii 
hidas et xlii carrucas. Ibi habet episcopus lii uillanos et xl 
bordarioB et xxxvi seruos et v porcarios qui reddunt 1 porcos 
et iiii runcinos et i salinam quae reddit x denarios et xx 
animalia et xvi porcos cccl cues et xli agros nemoris et xviii 
agros prati et xl pascuae et ualet per annum 1 libras et quando 
recepit ualebat xiii libras. — Exon, D. (119) 109. 

Bishop Osbem has a manor called Peintona, which bishop 
Leofric held on the day on which king Edward was [o/ive] and dead, 
and it rendered geld for twenty hides. These can be ploughed by 
sixty ploughs. Of them the bishop has in demesne six hides and 
eight ploughs; and the villeins have fourteen hides and forty-two 
ploughs. There the bishop has fifty-two villeins, and forty bordars, 
and thirty-six serfs, and five swineherds who render fifty swine, 
and four pack-horses, and a salt work which renders ten pence, and 
twenty head of cattle, and sixteen swine, three hundred and 
fifty sheep, and forty-one acres of wood, and eighteen acres of 
meadow, and forty of pasture ; and it is worth yearly fifty pounds ; 
and when he received it, it was worth thirteen pounds. 

Osbernus episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Esse- 
bretona, quam tenuit Leuricus episcopus ea die qua rex 
Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro vi 
hidis. Has possunt arare xx carrucae. Inde habet in dominio 
ii hidas et ii carrucas et uillani iiii hidas et xvi carrucas. Ibi 
habet episcopus xxxiiii uillanos et xvi bordarios et x seruos 
et i runcinum et v animalia et Ixxvi cues et i leugam nemoris 
et iii agros prati et i leugam pascuae et ualet per annum xx 
libras, et quando recepit ualebat viii libras. — Exon. D, (119) 110. 

Bishop Osbem has a manor called Essebretona, which bishop 
Leofric held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, 
and it rendered geld for six hides. These can be ploughed by 



THE DEV0N8HIRB DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 117 



Ipse episcopus tenet Peintone. Tempore regis Eduuardi 
geldabat pro xx hidis. Terra est Ix carucis. In dominio 
sunt viii caruc3£ et xxxvi serui et Hi uillani et xl bordarii 
cum xHi carucis. Ibi v porcarii reddentes 1 porcarios [sic], 
Ibi salina reddens x denarios et xviii acrae prati et xl 
acrae pasturae et xli acrae siluae. Quando recepit ualebat 
xiii libras. Modo 1 libras. — ExcA, D. I02 (i); $a. 



The bishop himself holds Peintone. In the time of king 
Edward it paid geld for twenty hides. There is land for sixty 
ploughs. In demesne are eight ploughs, and thirty-six serfs, and 
fifty-two villeins, and forty bordars, with forty-two ploughs. There 
are five swineherds, rendering fifty swine. There is a salt work 
rendering ten pence, and there are eighteen acres of meadow, and 
forty acres of pasture, and forty-one acres of wood. When he 
[M^ d/sAop] received it, it was worth thirteen pounds ; now it is 
worth fifty pounds. 



Smeiitrtone» 

Ipse episcopus tenet ' Essebretone. Tempore regis 
Eduuardi geldabat pro vi hidis. Terra est xx carucis. In 
dominio sunt ii caruca^. Ibi x serui et xxxiiii uillani et 
xvi bordarii cum xvi carucis. Ibi iii acrae prati et una leuca 
pasturae et tantundem siluae. Quando recepit ualebat viii 
libras; Modo xx Uhr3LS.—ExcA. D. I02 (i) ; ^a. 



The bishop himself holds Essebretone. In the time of king 
Edward it paid geld for six hides. There is land for twenty 
ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs. There are ten serfs, and 



118 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT — EXETER. 

twenty ploughs. Of tbem the bishdp has in demesne two hides, 
and two ploughs; and the villeins have four hides, and sixteen 
ploughs. There the bishop has thirty-four villeins, and sixteen 
bordars, and ten serfs, and one pack-horse, and five head of cattle, 
and seventy-six sheep, and one leuga of wood, and three acres of 
meadow, and one leuga of pasture; and it is worth by the year 
twenty pounds ; and when he received it, it was worth eight pounds 



Osbemus episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Chen*- 
istetona quam tenuit Leuricus episcopus ea die qua Eduuardus 
rex fuit uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia 
hida. Hanc possunt arare iii carrucse. Et tenet earn Eogerus 
de episcopo. Inde habet Bogerus in dominio i uirgam et 
dimidiam et ii carrucas et uillani dimidiam uirgam et i carru- 
cam. Ibi habet Bogerus iiii uillanos et iii seruos et i runci- 
num et vi animalia et xxiiii oues et iii agros prati et vi agros 
pascuse et ualet per annum x solidos et quando recepit 
ualebat tantundem. — Exon. D. (119 J) 110. 

Bishop Osbem has a manor called Chenistetona, which bishop 
Leofric held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, 
and it rendered geld for hadf a hide. This can be ploughed by 
three ploughs. Boger holds it of the bishop. Of it Boger has in 
demesne one virgate and a half, and two ploughs ; and the villeins 
have half a virgate, and one plough. There Boger has four 
viUeins, . and three serfs, and one pack-horse, and six head of 
cattle, and twenty-four sheep, and three acres of meadow, and six 
acres of pasture, and it is worth yearly ten shillings; and when 
he \tlie luhap] received it, it was worth as much. 



Wimetona* 

Osbemus episcopus habet i mansionem quse uocatur Nime- 
tona quam tenuit Leuricus episcopus ea die qua Eduuardus 
rex fuit uiuus et m(Htuus et reddidit gildam pro iii hidis. 
Has possunt arare Iii carrucao. Inde habet episcopus in 
dominio i hidam et iiii carrucas et uillani ii hidas et xliiii 
carrucas. Ibi habet episcopus Ivi uillanos et xxv bordarios 
et xvii porcarios qui reddunt Ixxxx porcos et xiiii seruos et 
vi animalia et xxxi oues et i molendinum qui reddit xl 
denarios, et cc agros nemoris et cl agros prati et cxl agros 
pascuse et ualet per annum xvi libras et quando recepit 
ualebat vii libras,— ^^o^. J9. (1196) 110. 



THE DEVONSHIRE D0ME8DAT — ^BXOHEQTJER. 119 

thirty-four villeins, and sixteen bordars, with sixteen ploughs. 
There are three acres of meadow, and one leuga of pastive, and 
as much of wood. When he [/^ bishop\ received it, it was 
worth eight pounds. Now it is worth twenty pounds. 



Rogerius tenet de episcopo Chenistetone. Tempore 
regis Eduuardi geldabat pro dimidia hida. Terra est iii 
carucis quae ibi sunt cum iiii uillanis et iii seruis. Ibi iii 
acrae prati et vi acrae pasturae. Olim et modo ualet x 
solidos. — Exck, D. 102 (i); 5^. 



Roger holds of the bishop Chenistetone. In the time of king 
Edward it paid geld for half a hide. There is land for three 
ploughs, which are there, with four villeins, and three serfs. 
There are three acres of meadow, and six acres of pasture. 
Formerly it was, and now it is, worth ten shillings. 



Ipse episcopus tenet Nimetone. Tempore regis Eduuardi 
geldabat pro iii hidis. Terra est Iii carucis. In dominio 
sunt iiii carucae et Ivi uillani et xxv bordarii cum xliiii 
carucis. Ibi xvii porcarii reddentes quater xx et x 
porcos et ibi xiiii serui. Ibi molinus reddens xl denarios : 
et cl acrae prati et cxl acrae pasturae et cc acrae siluae. Olim 
vii libraa. Modo ualet xvi libras. — Exch, D. 102 (i) ; 5^. 



120 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXETEB. 

Bishop Osbem has a manor called Nimetona, which bishop 
Leofric held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, 
and it rendered geld for three hides. These can be ploughed by 
fifty-two ploughs. Of them the bishop has in demesne one hide, 
and four ploughs ; and the villeins have two hides, and forty-four 
ploughs. There the bishop has fifty-six villeins, and twenty-five 
bordars, and seventeen swineherds who render ninety swine, and 
fourteen serfs, and six head of cattle, and thirty-one sheep, and 
one mill which renders forty pence, and two hundred acres of wood, 
and one hundred and fifty acres of meadow, and one hundred and 
forty acres of pasture. And it is worth by the year sixteen pounds; 
and when he received it, it was worth seven pounds. 



lStam|^r0coma. 

Osbemus episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Bran- 
chescoma qnam tenuit Leuuricus episcopus ea die qua rex 
Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus, et reddidit gildum pro v 
hidis. Has possunt arare xvi carrucse. Haec est de uictu 
canonichorum. Inde habent canonici hidam unam in dominio 
et i carrucam, et uillani habent iiii hidas et xv carrucas. Ibi 
habent canonici xxii uillanos et v bordarios et i senium et i 
spimal et cl ones et xii agios nemusculi et ii agros prati, et 
ualet per annum vi libras. — Exon. D. (120) 111. 

Bishop Osbem has a manor called Branchescoma, which bishop 
Leofric held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, 
and it rendered geld for five hidea These can be ploughed by six- 
teen ploughs. This manor is part of the sustenance of the canons. 
There the canons have one hide in demesne, and one plough ; and 
the villeins have four hides and fifteen ploughs. There the canons 
have twenty-two villeins and five bordars, and one serf, and one 
head of cattle, and one hundred and fifty sheep, and twelve acres 
of coppice, and two acres of meadow; and it is worth yearly six 
pounds. 

]l9fDa0am. 

Osbemus episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Dida- 
sam, quam tenuit Leuricus episcopus ea die qua Eduuardus 
rex fuit uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro iii hidis. Has 
possunt arare xvi carrucae. Et Balduinus eam tenet de 
episcopo. Inde habet Balduinus in dominio i hidam et ii 
carrucas et uillani ii hidas et x carrucas. Ibi habet Balduinus 
xxii uillanos et x bordarios et ii seruos et i runcinum et xx 
porcos et Ix ones et xl capras et xl agros nemusculi et Ix 



THE DSVONSHIRE DOMESDAT — EXCHEQUER. 121 

The bishop himself holds Nimetone. In the time of king 
Edward it paid geld for three hides. There is land for fifty-two 
ploughs. In demesne are four ploughs, and fifty-six villeins, and 
twenty-five bordars, with forty-four ploughs. There are seventeen 
swineherds, rendering ninety swine, and fourteen serfs are there. 
There is a mill, rendering forty pence, and there are one hundred 
and fifty acres of meadow, and one hundred and forty acres of 
pasture, and two hundred acres of wood. Formerly it was worth 
seven pounds ; now it is worth sixteen pounds. 



Hxmtlitntomt. 

Ipse episcopus tenet Branchescome. Tempore regis 
Eduuardi geldabat pro v hidis. Terra est xvi carucis. In 
dominie est i caruca cum i seruo et xxii uillani et v bordarii 
cum XV carucis. Ibi ii acrae prati et xii acrae siluae minutae. 
Valet vi libras. 

Hoc est de uictu canonicorum. — ExcA. D. 102 (i) 5^. 



The bishop himself holds Branchescome. In the time of king 
Edward it paid geld for five hides. There is land for sixteen 
ploughs. In demesne is one plough with one serf, and there are 
twenty-two villeins, and five bordars, with fifteen ploughs. There 
are two acres of meadow, and twelve acres of coppice. It is 
worth six pounds. 

This [manor] is part of the sustenance of the canons. 



Balduinus tenet de episcopo Didasham. Tempore regis 
Eduuardi geldabat pro iii hidis. Terra est xvi carucis. In 
dominio sunt ii carucae et ii semi et xxii uillani et x bor- 
darii cum X carucis. Ibi Ix acrae pasturae et xl acrae siluae 
minutae. Olim Ix solidos. Modo ualet c solidos. — EzcA, 
D. 102 (i); S«. 



122 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT — EXETER. 

agros pascusB et ualet per annum c solidos et quando episcoptis 
recepit ualebat iii libras. — Exon, D. (1206) 111. 

Bishop Osbem has a manor called Didasam, which bishop Leofric 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for three hides. These can be ploughed by sixteen 
ploughs. And Baldwin holds it of the bishop. Of them Baldwin 
has in demesne one hide, and two ploughs ; and the villeins have 
two hides, and ten ploughs. There Baldwin has twenty-two 
villeins, and ten bordars, and two serfs, and one pack-horse, and 
twenty swine, and sixty sheep, and forty goats, and forty acres of 
coppice, and sixty acres of pasture ; and it is worth yearly one 
hundred shillings ; and when the bishop received it, it was worth 
three pounds. 

Episcopus habet i manslonem quae uocator Sladona, et 
reddidit gildum pro vi hidis. Has possunt arare xx et vi 
carrucae. Hanc tenet Baldoinus uicecomes de episcopo. Inde 
habet Baldninus in dominie iii hidas et ii carrucas et uillani 
iii hidas et xxi carrucas. Ibi habet Balduinus xx et vi 
uillanos et xxi coscetos et vi seruos et ix animalia et xii 
porcos et c cues et xxx et i agrum nemoris et x agros prati et 
1 agros pascuae et ualet per annum xii libras et quando 
episcopus recepit x libras. — Uxon, D. (120 &) 111. 

The bishop has a manor called Sladona, and it rendered geld for 
six hides. These can be ploughed by twenty-six ploughs. The 
sheriff Baldwin holds this of the bishop. Of it Baldwin has in 
demesne three hides, and two ploughs ; and the viUeins have three 
hides, and twenty-one ploughs. There Baldwin has twenty-six 
villeins, and twenty-one coscets, and six serfs, and nine head of 
cattle, and twelve swine, and one hundred sheep, and thirty-one 
acres of wood, and ten acres of meadow, and fifty acres of pasture ; 
and it is worth yearly twelve pounds; and when the bishop 
received it, it was worth ten pounds. 



THE BEVONSHIBS DOMESDAT — EXCHEQUER. 123 



Balduin holds of the bishop Didasham. In the time of king 
Edward it paid geld for three hides. There is land for sixteen 
ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and two serfs, and twenty- 
two villeins, and ten bordars, with ten ploughs. There are sixty 
acres of pasture, and forty acres of coppice. Formerly it was 
worth sixty shillings ; now it is worth one hundred shillings. 



Balduinus tenet de episcopo Sladone. Tempore regis 
Eduuardi geldabat pro vi hidis. Terra est xxvi carucis. 
In dominie sunt ii carucae et vi serui et xxvi uillani et 
xxi cosceti cum xxi carucis. Ibi x acrae prati et 1 acrae 
pasturae et xxxi acrae siluae. Olim x libras. Mode ualet 
xii libras. — ExcA. D. 102 (i); ^a. 



Balduin holds of the bishop Sladone. In the time of king 
Edward it paid geld for six hides. There is land for twenty-six 
ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and six serfs, and twenty- 
six villeins, and twenty-one coscets, with twenty-one ploughs. 
There are ten acres of meadow, and fifty acres of pasture, and 
thirty-one acres of wood. Formerly it was worth ten pounds ; 
now it is worth twelve pounds. 



124 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT— EXBTEa 



Cerra €pts;cop{ Constanttensits tn lDt\ivtscira. 

Episcopus habet io Essecestra iii domus et i uastatam quae 
fuerunt in douiinio Eduuardi regis ea die qua ipse fait uiuus 
et mortuus, et reddiderunt consuetudinem. 

Episcopus habet vi domos [sic] in Essecestra quas tenet 
Drogo de eo et iiii ex his erant quietse de consuetudine tem- 
pore regis Eduuardi et ii reddiderunt consuetudinem et hanc 
Drogo retinet hoc est xvi denarios. — JSxon. D. (136) 127. 

LanO of t|)e iStefiop of Coutance£( tn SDebqnsdbtre. 

The bishop has in Exeter three houses, and one house laid waste, 
which were in the demesne of king Edward on the day on which 
he was alive and dead, and they rendered a customary payment. 

The bishop has six houses in Exeter which Drogo holds of him ; 
and four of these were acquit of custom in the time of king 
Edward ; and two rendered custom. Drogo withholds this custom, 
namely, sixteen pence. 

Episcopus habet x burgenses in Bamestapla qui reddunt 
iii solidos et ix denarios et vii domus uastatas et dimidiam 
uirgam terrse et i molendinum qui reddit xx solidos per annum 
et XX solidos de consuetudine burgensium regis. — Exon, D. 
(136) 127. 

The bishop has ten burgesses in Barnstaple, who render three 
shillings and ninepence, and seven houses laid waste, and half a 
virgate of land, and a mill which renders twenty shillings yearly, 
and twenty shillings according to the custom of king's burgesses. 

Episcopus Constantiensis habet i mansionem qusB uocatur 
Aissa, quam tenuit Aluuinus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit 
uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc pos- 
sunt arare xx carrucse. Inde habet episcopus i uirgam et ii 
carrucas in dominio et uillani habent iii uirgas et xvii 
carrucas. Ibi habet episcopus xl uillanos et xii bordarios et 
vi aeruos et xlii animalia et iii porcos et clxi ones et xxx 
capras et xv agros nemusculi et c agros prati et cc agros 
pascu8B. Et reddit per annum vii libras et x solidos et quando 
episcopus recepit ualebat tantundem. — Exon. D. {121b) 112. 



THE DEYONSBIRE DOMESDAT — EXCBEQUEB. 125 



III. Cerra eptetopt Constanttenstsi. 

Episcopus Constantiensis habet in Execestre iii domus 
et unam uastatam quae fuerunt in dominio regis Eduuardi 
et reddebant consuetudinem. 

Drogo tenet de eo ibi vi domus. Ex his iiii erant quietae 
tempore regis Eduuardi ; duae uero reddebant xvi denarios 
de consuetudine. Hanc Drogo retinet. — Exch. D. 102 

(0; 5^. 

III. lanH of tbe St5bo];i of Coutances;. 

The bishop of Coutances has in Exeter three houses, and one 
house laid waste, which were in the demesne of king Edward, 
and rendered customary dues. 

Drogo holds there of him \the bishop] six houses. Of these four 
were acquit in the time of king Edward, and two rendered sixteen 
pence by custom. This [custom] Drogo withholds. 



Ipse episcopus habet in Baniestaple x burgenses red- 
dentes xlv denarios et vii domus uastatas et dimidiam 
uirgatam terra et molinum reddentem xx solidos et xx 
solidos de consuetudine burgensium regis. — Exon. D, 102 

(I); s^. 

The bishop himself has in Barnestaple ten burgesses rendering 
forty-five pence, and seven houses laid waste, and half a virgate of 
land, and a mill rendering twenty shillings, and twenty shillings 
according to the custom of king's burgesses. 

Ipse episcopus tenet Aisse. Aluuinus tenebat tempore 
regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro i hida. Terra est xx 
carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et vi serui et xl uillani 
et xii bordarii cum xvii carucis. Ibi c acrae prati et cc 
acrae pasturae et xv acrae siluae minutae. Olim et modo 
ualet vii libras et x solidos. — Exch. D. 102 {i) \ $a. 



128 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

xxvii carrucaa Inde habet episcopus xl uillanos et xxx 
boitiaTios et vi seruos et unum buigensem in Bamestapla qui 
reddit xv denarios et xiii porcarios qui reddunt xxi porcos et 
xviii animalia et cl oues et x agros neiuoris et xx agros prati 
et c agros pascuse. Haec mansio reddit xxii libras, et quando 
episcopus recepit^ reddebat xii libras. — Eaxm. D. (123&) 114. 

The bishop has a manor called Framintona, which earl Harold 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for three hides. These can be ploughed by thirty 
ploughs. Of them the bishop has half a hide and three ploughs 
in demesne; and the villeins have two hides and a half and 
twenty-seven ploughs. There the bishop has forty villeins, and 
thirty bordais, and six serfs, one burgess in Barnstaple who renders 
jfifleen pence, and thirteen swineherds who render twenty-one 
swine, and eighteen head of cattle, and one hundred and fifty 
sheep, and ten acres of wood, and twenty acres of meadow, and 
one hundred acres of pasture. This manor renders twenty-two 
pounds; and when the bishop received it, it rendered twelve 
pounds. 

. Otlteta. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Clista quam 
tenuit Wigo presbiter ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro iii uirgis. Has possunt arare 
vi carrucae. Inde habet episcopus i uirgam et dimidiam et ii 
camicas in dominio. Et uillani i uirgam et dimidiam et v 
carrucas. Ibi habet episcopus ix uillanos et v bordarios et v 
seruos et i roncinum et x animalia et iii porcos et Ixiii oues et xx 
agros prati et xii agros pascuaB. Hec ualet Ix solidos et quando 
episcopus recepit ualebat xx solidos. — Exon. D, (1326) 123. 

The bishop has a manor called Clista, which Wigo the priest 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for three vilgate& These can be ploughed by six 
ploughs. There the bishop has one virgate and a half and two 
ploughs in demesne. And the villeins have one viigate and a 
half, and five ploughs. , There the bishop has nine villeins, and 
five bordars, and five serfs, and one pack-horse, and ten head of 
cattle, and three swine, and sixty-three sheep, and twenty acres of 
meadow, and twelve acres of pastura This \manor\ is worth sixty 
shillings ; and when the bishop received it, it was worth twenty 
shillings. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Boui quam 
tenebat Eddricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESD AT— EXCHEQUER. 129 

acrae pasturae et x acrae siluae. Olim xii libras. Modo xxii 
libras ualet. 

In Bamestaple i burgensis reddens xv denarios. — Exch, D. 
I02 (2); s*. 



The bishop himself holds Framintone. f^l Harold held it in 
the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for three hides. There 
is land for thirty ploughs. In demesne are three ploughs, 
and six serfs, and forty villeins, and thirty bordars, with twenty- 
seven ploughs. There are thirteen swineherds, rendering twenty- 
one swine. There are twenty acres of meadow, and one hundred 
acres of pasture, and ten acres of wood. Formerly it was worth 
twelve pounds ; now it is worth twenty-two pounds. 

In Bamestaple there is one burgess rendering fifteen pence. 



Otlfete. 

d 

Ipse episcopus tenet Cliste. Wigo [sic\ tenebat tempore 
regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro iii uirgatis terrae. Terra est 
vi carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et v serui et ix uillani 
et V bordarii cum v carucis. Ibi xx acrae prati et xii acrae 
pasturae. Olim xx solidos. Modo ualet Ix solidos. — 
Exch. D, 102 (2); 5*. 



The bishop himself holds Cliste. Wigod held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for three virgates of land. There 
is land for six ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and 
five serfs, and nine villeins, and five bordars, with five ploughs. 
There are twenty acres of meadow, and twelve acres of pasture. 
Formerly it was worth twenty shillings ; now sixty shillings. 



Ipse episcopus tenet Bovi. Edric tenebat tempore regis 
Eduuardi et geldabat pro ii hidis. Terra est x carucis. 

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130 THE DSVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

mortuus, et reddidit gUdum pro ii hidis. Has possunt arare 
X carrucse. Inde habet episcopus in dominio dimidiam hidam 
et iii carrucas et uillani i hidam et dimidiam et x carrucas. 
Ibi habet episcopus xvi uillanos et viii bordarios et viii seruos, 
et i runcinum et xxx animalia, et vii porcos et Ixxxv oues et 
y capras et i molendinum qui reddit v solidos et Ix agros 
nemoiis et v agros prati et 1 agros pascuse et reddit x libras 
per annum ii solidos et vi denarios minus. 

Huic mansioni est addita terra xv tagnorum. Una ex 

manilo 

his bochelandis quas uocatur Adoneboui et ibi manserunt iiii 
tagni, et alia uocatur Wermehel et ibi mansit i tagnus, et 
alia Scabatora et ibi ii tagni manserunt, et alia Brungarstona 
et ii tagni ibi manserunt, et alia Ailauesfort et alia Olueleia. 
Has ii tenuit i tagnus et cum isto tagno fuit alius tagnus in 
Olueleia, et alia uocatur Hauocmora et ibi mansit i tagnus, et 
alia Harleia et ibi i tagnus mansit, et alia Polebroc et i tagnus 
ibi mansit, et isti xv insimul habent ii hidas et dimidiam uir- 
gam et tenuerunt terram suam pariter tempore regis Eduuardi. 
Has possunt arare viii carrucse et sunt ibi vii carrucae et isti 
tagni reddunt per annum ad Boui iiii libras et ii solidos et vi de- 
narios de censu praeter supradictas x libras. — Exon,D. (135) 126. 

The bishop has a memor called Boui, which Eddric held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for two hides. These can be ploughed by ten ploughs. There 
the bishop has in demesne half a hide and €hree ploughs ; and the 
villeins have one hide and a half, and ten ploughs. There the 
bishop has sixteen villeins, and eight bordars, and eight serfs, and one 
pack-horse, and thirty head of cattle, and seven swine, and eighty- 
five sheep, and five goats, and one mill which renders five shillings, and 
sixty acres of wood, and five acres of meadow, and fifty acres of pasture, 
and it renders yearly ten pounds, less two shillings and sixpence. 

To this manor has been added the land of fifteen thegna One 
of these booklands is called Adoneboui, and there abode four thegns; 
another is called Wermehel, and there abode one thegn ; another 
Scabatora, and there two thegns abode ; another Brungarstona, and 
two thegns abode there ; another Ailauesfort, and another Olueleia, 
and these two were held by one thegn, and with that thegn there 
was in Olueleia another thegn ; another is called Hauocmora, and 
there one thegn abode ; another Harleia, and there one thegn abode; 
and another Polebroc, and one thegn abode there. These fifteen 
together have two hides and half a virgate, and they held their 
land in partage in the time of king Edward. These can be ploughed 
by eight ploughs; and seven ploughs are there. These thegns 
render yearly to Boui four pounds and two shillings and sixpence 
tax, besides the ten pounds above mentioned. 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY —EXCHEQUER. 131 

In dominie sunt iii carucae et viii serui et xvi uillani et viii 
bordarii cum x carucis. Ibi molinus reddens x solidos et 
V acrae prati et 1 acrae pasturae et Ix acrae siluae. Reddit x 
libras xxx denarios minus. 

Huic manerio addita est terra xv tainorum. In Adoneboui 
et Wermehel et Scabatore et Brungarstone et Eilauesford 
et Vluelei et Hauocmore et Harlei et Polebroch. 

In his terris habent xv taini ii hidas et dimidiam virgatam 
terrae. 

Terra est viii carucis, et ibi sunt vii carucae. Hi reddunt 
ad Boui iiii libras, et xxx denarios de censu praeter supra- 
dictas X libras. — Exch, D. 102 (2); $b. 



The bishop himself holds Bovi. Edric held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for two hides. There is land for 
ten ploughs. In demesne are three ploughs, and eight serfs, and 
sixteen villeins, and eight bordars, with ten ploughs. There is a 
mill rendering ten shillings, and there are five acres of meadow, 
and fifty acres of pasture, and sixty acres of wood. It renders 
ten pounds less thirty pence. 

To this manor has been added the land of fifteen thegns in 
Adoneboui, Wermehel, Scabatore, Brungarstone, Eilauesford, 
Vluelei, Hauocmore, Harlei, and Polebroch. In these lands 
fifteen thegns have two hides, and half a virgate of land. There 
is land for eight ploughs, and seven ploughs are there. These 
[thigns'] render to Boui four pounds and thirty pence of tax, 
besides the ten pounds above mentioned. 



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132 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXETEB. 



Episcopus Gonstantiensis habet i mansionem quae uocatur 
Coritona quam tenuit Aluuinus ea die qua rex Ewardus fuit 
uiuus et mortuus, et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc 
possunt arare viii carrucse. Hanc tenet Drogo tilius Malgeri 
de episcopo. De hac habet Drogo in dominio dimidiam 
uirffam et i carrucam et uillani i uirgam et dimidiam et i 
cai^cam. Ibi habet Brogo viii villan^ et vii ooscetos et vi 
seruos et ii porcos et xl oues et xii capras et xxx agros 
nemoris et xii agros prati et dimidiam leugam pascusB in 
longitudine et ii quadragenarias in latitudine et ualet iii 
libras et quando episcopus illam recepit ualebat iiii libras. 
—Exm. D. (121) 111. 

The bishop of Contances has a manor called Coritona, which 
Alwin held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, 
and it rendered tax for half a hide. This can be ploughed by 
eight ploughs. Drogo Fitz-Mauger holds this of the bishop. Of 
this [Tnanorl Drogo has in demesne half a virgate and one plough ; 
and the villeins have one viigate and a half and one plougL 
There Drogo has eight villeins, and seven coscets, and six serfs, and 
two swine, and forty sheep, and twelve goats, and thirty acres of 
wood, and twelve acres of meadow, and pasture half a leuga long 
and two furlongs broad. And it is worth three poimds ; and when 
the bishop received it, it was worth four pounds. 

JDermonDemitotlia* 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Hermondes- 
uuorida, quam tenuit Aluuardus ea die qua rex Eduuardus 
fuit uiuus et mortuus, et reddidit gildum pro dimidia virga. 
Hanc possunt arare ii carrucae. Hanc tenet Drogo de epis- 
copo. Ibi habet Drogo i carrucam et ii seruos et xx agros 
prati, et v quadragenarias pascuae in longitudine et ii in lati- 
tudine. Et ualet y solidos, et quando episcopus eam recepit 
ii ualebat.— jEwm. B. (122) 113. 

The bishop has a manor caUed Hermondesuuorda, which Alward 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for half a viigate. This can be ploughed by two 
ploughs. Drogo holds this manor of the bishop. Of it Drogo has 
one plough, and two serfs, and twenty acres of meadow, and 
pasture five furlongs in length and two in breadth. It is worth 
five shillings ; and when the bishop received it, it was worth two 
shillings. 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 133 

SFitfraiscriptais tetrais tenet Drojni lit epiiscopo. 

Corftotu 

Coriton tenebat Aluuinus tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro dimidia hida. Terra est viii carucis. In 
dominio est i caruca et vi serui et viii uillani et vii cosceti 
cum i caruca. Ibi xii acrae prati et xxx acrae siluae. Pastura 
dimidia leuca longitudine et ii quarentenae latitudine. Olim 
iiii libras. Modo ualet iii librcis. — EzcA. D. 102 (2); 5*. 



QT^e follototitff lantiis are \t\A lip ^roj^o ot tbe Iii0)o|i* 

Coriton was held by Alwin in the time of king Edward, and it 
paid tax for half a hide. There is land for eight ploughs. In 
demesne are one plough, and six serfs, and eight villeins, and 
seven coscets, with one plough. There are twelve acres of 
meadow, and thirty acres of wood. Pasture half a leuga in length 
and two furlongs in breadth. Formerly it was worth four pounds ; 
now it is worth three pounds. 



JBermoDcfttootD* 

Hermodesword tenebat Aluuardus tempore regis Ed- 
uuardi et geldabat pro dimidia virgata terrae. Terra est ii 
carucis. Ibi est i caruca cum ii semis et xx acrae prati. 
Pastura v quarentenae in longitudine et ii quarentenae in 
latitudine. Olim ii solidos. Modo ualet v solidos. — Exch. 
D. 102 (2); 5*. 



Hermodesword was held by Alward in the time of king Edward, 
and it paid geld for half a virgate of land. There is land for two 
ploughs. There is one plough, with two serfs, and there are 
twenty acres of meadow, and pasture fiw^ furlongs in length and 
two furlongs in breadth. Formerly it was worth two shillings, 
now it is worth five shillings. 



134 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Hortona, quam 
tentdt Osulfus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fait uiuus et mortuus. 
Et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare ii carrucie. 
Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde habet dixnidiam uirgam 
in dominio et i carrucam, et lullani dimidiam uirgam. Ibi habet 
Drogo ii seruos et xx agros prati et c agros pascuse. Prsedictus 
tagnus poterat ire cum terra sua ad quemlibet dominum. 
Hanc tenet episcopus cum mansione Horeuuode, et non perti- 
nuit ad eam mansionem ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus, et ualet per annum v solidos. — Exon. D, (1226) 113. 

The bishop has a mano^ called Hortona, which Osulf held ou the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead. And it rendered 
geld for one virgate. This can be ploughed by two ploughs. Drogo 
holds this of the bishop. Of it he has half a virgate in demesne, 
and one plough, and the villeins have half a virgate. Drogo has 
there two serfs, and twenty acres of meadow, and one hundred acres 
of pasture. The aforesaid thegn was free to go with his land to 
whomsoever lord he chose. This manor is held by the bishop along 
with the manor of Horeuuode, and did not belong thereto on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead ; and it is worth 
yearly five shillings. 

Sngefttecota. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Engestecota 
quam tenuerunt tres tegni Gola et Hedricus et Godricus 
ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus et mortuus. Et modo 
tenet episcopus pro i mansione, et reddidit gildum pro dimidia 
uirga. Hanc possunt arare iii carrucsB. Et Drogo tenet eam 
de episcopo. Hanc habet Drogo in dominio, et habet in ea ii 
uiUanos et iiii seruos, et xx animalia, et Ix ones, et xx capras, 
et Ix agros nemoris, et x agros prati, et ii quadragenarias 
pascuse. Et ualet per annum xv solidos, et quando recepit, 
ualebat xx^—Exon. D. (1226) 113. 

The bishop has a manor called Engestecota, which was held by 
three thegns, Gola, Hedric, and Godric, on the day on which king 
Edward was alive and dead. The bishop holds it now as one 
manor, and it rendered geld for half a virgate. Tiiis can be 
ploughed by three ploughs. Drogo holds it of the bishop. 
Drogo has it in demesne, and he has in it two villeins, and four 
serfs, and twenty head of cattle, and sixty sheep, and twenty goats, 
and sixty acres of wood, and ten acres of meadow, and two furlongs 
of pasture. And it is worth yearly fifteen shillings ; and when he 
received it, it was worth twenty shillings. 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 135 

Hortone tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi Osulf, et gelda- 
bat pro una virgata terrae. Terra est ii carucis. Ibi est i 
caruca cum ii seruis et xx acrae prati et c acrae pasturae. 
Valet V solidos. 

Haec adiuncta est cum Horewode, manerio episcopi 
sed ibi non pertinuit tempore regis Eduuardi. — Exch. D. 
102(2); 5*. 



Hortone was held in the time of king Edward by Osulf, and it 
paid geld for one virgate of land. There is land for two ploughs. 
There is one plough, with two serfs, and there are twenty acres of 
meadow, and one hundred acres of pasture. It is worth five 
shillings. 

This manor has been annexed to Horewode, the bishop's manor; 
but it did not pertain thereto in the time of king Edward. 



Snge^tecote. 

Engestecote tenebant tres taini pro manerio tempore regis 
Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia uirgata terrae. Terra est 
iii carucis. Ibi sunt ii uillani et iiii serui et x acrae prati et 
Ix acrae siluae et ii quarentenae pasturae. Olim xx solidos. 
Modo ualet xv solidos. — Exch, D. loi (2); 5^. 



Engestecote wag held by three thegns as one manor in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a virgate of land. 
There is land for three ploughs. Two villeins are there, and four 
serfs, and there are ten acres of meadow, and sixty acres of wood, 
and two furlongs of pasture. Formerly it was worth twenty 
shillings ; now fifteen shillings. 



136 THE DEVONSHIRE D0ME8DAT — EXETER. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quse uocatur Bochelan. Hec 
reddidit gildum pro i hida et pro i uirga et i ferdino quam 
tenuit Ylueua ea die qua rex Eduuardus fait uiuus et mor- 
tuus. Hanc terram possunt arare viii carrucse. Hanc tenet 
Drogo filius Malgeri de episcopo. Inde habet Drogo i 
uirgam et ii carrucaa in suo dominio, et uillani i hidam et i 
ferdinum et v carrucas. Ibi habet Drogo x uillanos et iiii 
bordario3 et v seruos et xvi animalia et x porcos et Ix ones et 
XV capras et dimidiam leugam nemoris in longitudine et iii 
quadragenarias in latitudine et viii agros prati et i leugam 
pascuse in longitudine et latitudine. Et ualet per annum xl 
solidos et tantundem ualebat quando episcopus eam recepit. 
—Exon. B, (123) 114. 

The bishop has a manor called Bochelan. This rendered geld for 
one hide and one virgate and one ferling. Ulveva held it on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead. This land can be 
ploughed by eight ploughs. Drogo FitzMauger holds this manor 
of the bishop. Of it Drogo has one virgate and two ploughs in 
his own demesne ; and the villeins have one hide and one fbrling 
and five ploughs. There Drogo has ten villeins, and four bordars, 
and five serfs, and sixteen head of cattle, and ten swine, and sixty 
sheep, and fifteen goats, and wood half a leuga in length and three 
furlongs in breadth, and eight acres of meadow, and of pasture one 
leuga in length and breadth. And it is worth yearly forty shillings ; 
and it was worth as much when the bishop received it. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quas uocatur Hierlega, quam 
tenuit Oliueua ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia uirga. Hanc possunt 
arare v camicse. Hanc tenet Drogo filius Malgeri de episcopo. 
Inde habet Drogo in dominio i ferdinum et i carrucam, et 
uillani i ferdinum et iii carrucas. Ibi habet Drogo ii uillanos 
et i bordarium et iii seruos et iii porcarios et reddunt per 
annum xi porcos et iiii animalia et Ixv cues et iiii quadra- 
genarias nemoris in longitudine et ii quadragenarias in latitu- 
dine et iii agros prati et xv agros pascuas. Et ualet per annum 
XX solidos et tantundem ualebat quando episcopus eam 
recepit— ^a»7i. D. (1236) 114 

The bishop has a manor called Hierlega, which Oliveva held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUER. 137 

Bocheland tenebat Vlueua tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro i hida et una virgata terras et uno ferling. 
Terra est viii carucis. In dominio sunt li carucae et v 
serui et x uillani et iiii bordarii cum v carucis. Ibi viii 
acrae prati et una leuca pasturae in longitudine et latitudine. 
Silua dimidia leuca longitudine et iii quarentenae latitudine. 
Olim et modo ualet xl solidos. — Exch, D. 102 (2); $b. 



Bocheland was held by Ulveva in the time of king Edward, and 
it paid geld for one hide and one virgate of land, and one ferling. 
There is land for eight ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, 
and five serfs, and ten villeins, and four bordars, with five ploughs. 
There are eight acres of meadow, and of pasture one leuga in 
length and breadth. Wood half a leuga in length and three 
furlongs in breadth. Formerly it was, and now it is, worth forty 
shillings. 



Serlege. 

Herlege tenebat Vlueua tempore regis Eduuardi, et 
geldabat pro dimidia virgata terrae. Terra est v carucis. 
In dominio est i caruca et iii serui et ii uillani et i bordarius 
cum iii carucis. Ibi iii acrae prati et xv acrae pasturse. 
Silua iiii quarentenae longitudine et ii quarentenae latitudine. 
Olim et modo ualet xx solidos. — Exch, D. 102 (2); 5^. 



Herlege was held by Ulveva in the time of king Edward, and 
it paid geld for half a virgate of land. There is land for five 



138 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

geld for half a virgate. This can be ploughed by five ploughs. 
Drogo Fitz-Mauger holds this [manor] of the bishop. Of it Drogo 
has in demesne one ferliug, and one plough ; and the villeins have 
one ferling, and three ploughs. Drogo has there two villeins, and 
one bordar, and three serfs, and three swineherds, who render yearly 
eleven swine, and four head of cattle, and sixty-five sheep, and 
wood four furlongs in length and two in breadth, and three acres 
of meadow, and fifteen acres of pasture. And it is worth yearly 
twenty shillings, and it was worth as much when the bishop 
received it. 

iSelOrenOflant 

Epiacopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Beldrendilant 
quatu tenuit Eluuardus ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro uirga et dimidia. Hanc 
possunt arare iii carruca3. Et Drogo tenet de episcopo. Ibi 
habet Drogo iii uillanos et ii bordarios et v agros nemoris. Et 
ualet per annum x solidos. — Exon, D, (1236) 114. 

The bishop has a manor called Beldrendilant, which Elward held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for a virgate and a half. This can be ploughed by 
three ploughs. Drogo holds this [TTiaTior] of the bishop. There 
Drogo has three viUeins, and two bordars, and five acres of wood ; 
and it is worth yearly ten shillings. 



Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Torseuuis quam 
tenuit Ylueua ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt arare vi 
carruc». Hanc tenet Drogo filius Matelgerii de episcopo. 
Inde habet Drogo i uirgam et i carrucam in dominio et 
villani iii uirgas et ii carrucas. Ibi habet Drogo iiii uillanos 
et ii seruos et v animalia et vii porcos et 1 ones et viii agros 
nemoris et iiii agros prati et xxx agros pascuae. Hsbc ualet 
XXX solidos et quando episcopus recepit ualebat tantundem. 
—Exan. D. (124) 114. 

The bishop has a manor called Torseuuis, which TJlveva held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one hide. This can be ploughed by six ploughs. Drogo 
Fitz-Mauger holds this [Tnanor] of the bishop. Of it Drogo has one 
virgate and one plough in demesne; and the villeins have three 
virgates, and two ploughs. There Drogo has four villeins, and two 
ser&, and five head of cattle, and seven swine, and fifty sheep, and 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 139 

ploughs. In demesne are one plough, and three serfs, and 
two villeins, and one bordar, with three ploughs. There are 
three acres of meadow, and fifteen acres of pasture. Wood 
four furlongs in length and two furlongs in breadth. Formerly it 
was, and now it is, worth twenty shillings. 



iSelOretiOtlanO* 

Beldrendiland tenebat Aluuardus tempore regis Ed- 
uuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae et dimidia. Terra 
est iii carucis. Ibi sunt iii uillani et ii bordarii et v acrae 
siluae. Valet x solidos. — Exch. D. 102 (2) ; 5^. 



Beldrendiland was held by Alward in the time of king Edward, 
and it paid geld for one virgate and a half of land. There is land 
for three plolighs. There are three villeins, and two bordars, and 
five acres of wood. It is worth ten shillings. 



Torsewis tenebat Vlueua tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro i hida. Terra est vi carucis. In dominio est 
i caruca et ii serui et iiii uillani cum ii carucis. Ibi iiii acrae 
prati et xxx acrae pasturae et viii acrae siluae. Olim et modo 
XXX solidos. — Exch. D. 102 (2); 5^. . 



Torsewis was held by Ulveva in the time of king Edward, and 
it paid geld for one hide. There is land for six ploughs. In 
demesne are one plough, and two serfs, and four villeins, with 
two ploughs. There are four acres of meadow, and thirty acres 
of pasture, and eight acres of wood. Formerly it was, and now 
it is, worth thirty shillings. 



140 THE DEVONSBIBE DOMESDAY — ^EXETER. 

eight acres of wood, and four acres of meadow, and thirty acres of 
pasture. This [manor] is worth thirty shillings; and when the 
hishop received it^ it was worth as much. 

Episcopas habet i mansionem quae uocatur Horeuada quam 
tenuit Osulfus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus et reddidit giidum pro iii uirgis. Has pbssant arare 
V carrucae. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde habet 
Drogo i uirgam et i carrucam in dominie et villani ii uirgas 
et dimidiam carrucam. Ibi habet Drogo vi uillanos et iiii 
seruos et iii animalia et xxx oues et iii agros prati. Hsec 
ualet xxx solidos et quando episcopus recepit ualebat tantun- 
iem.—I!x(m, D. (124; 115. 

The bishop has a manor called Horeuuda, which Osulf held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for three viigates. These can be ploughed by five ploughs. 
Drogo holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo has one viigate 
and one plough in demesne; and the villeins have two virgates 
and half a plough. There Drogo has six villeins, an*d four serfs, 
and three head of cattle, and thirty sheep, and three acres of 
meadow. This [manor] is worth thirty shillings, and when the 
bishop received it, it was worth as much. 

17Ittttr{tona. 

Episcopus habit i mansionem quae uocatur Vluuritona 
quam tenuit Dodo ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uuius et 
mortuus et reddidit giidum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possimt 
arare v carrucae. Modo tenet eam Drogo de episcopo. Inde 
habet Drogo i uirgam et i carrucam in dominio et uillani 
aliam habent uii^am et ii carrucas et dimidiam. Ibi habet 
Drogo iiii uillanos et iii bordarios et i seruum et xx oues et 
x agros nemoris et ii agros prati et xii agros pascuse. Et ualet 
per annum xx solidos et quando episcopus recepit ualebat 
XXV solidos.— -EcoTi. D. (1246) 115. 

The bishop has a manor called Vluuritona, which Dodo held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it ren- 
dered geld for half a hide. This can be ploughed by five ploughs. 
It is now held by Drogo of the bishop. Of it Drogo has one 
virgate and one plough in demesne ; and the villeins have another 
virgate, and two ploughs and a half. There Drogo has four villeins, 
and three bordars, and one serf, and twenty sheep, and ten acres of 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUER. 141 



Horewod tenebat Osulf tempore regis Eduuardi et gelda- 
bat pro Hi virgatis terra;. Terra est v carucis. Ibi est i 
caruca et dimidia cum vi uillanis et iiii seruis et iii acrae 
prati. Olim et modo xxx solidos. — Exch, D. 102 (2); 5^. 



Horewod was held by Osulf in the time of king Eklward, and 
paid geld for three virgates of land. There is land for five 
ploughs. There are one plough and a half, with six villeins and 
four serfs, and there are three acres of meadow. Formerly it was, 
and now it is, worth thirty shillings. 



Vlvretone tenebat Dodo tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro dimidia hida. Terra est v carucis. In 
dominio est i caruca cum i seruo et iiii uillani et iii bor- 
darii cum ii carucis et dimidia. Ibi ii acrae prati et x acrae 
siluae et xii acrae pasturae. Olim xxx solidos. Modo 
ualet XX solidos. — Exch, D, 102 (2); 5^. 



Vlvretone was held by Dodo in the time of king Edward, and 
paid geld for half a hide. There is land for five ploughs. In 
demesne there are ope plough, with one serf, and four villeins, and 
three bordars with two ploughs and a half. There are two acres of 
meadow, and ten acres of wood, and twelve acres of pasture. 
Formerly it was worth thirty shillings; now it is worth twenty 
shillings. 



142 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXETER. 

"wood, and two acres of meadow, and twelve acres of pasture. And 
it is worth yearly twenty shillings, and when the bishop received 
it) it was worth twenty-tive shillings. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Eauueberga 
quam teouit Yluaeuia ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro hida et dimidia. Hanc 
possunt arare xiiii carrucae. ' Modo tenet hanc Drogo de 
episcopo. Inde habet Drogo uirgam et dimidiam in dominio 
et i carrucam et uillani habent i hidam et dimidiam uirgam 
et viii carrucas. Et xv uillanos habet ibi Drogo et iii bor- 
darios et v seruos et xv animalia et ix porcos et be oues et xx 
agros nemoris et xvi agros prati et xx agros pascuae. Et ualet 
per annum iii libras et quando episcopus recepit ualebat iiii 
libras. 

Huic mansioni est addita i mansio quae uocatur Baldrintona 
quam tenuit Aluredus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et potuit ire ad quemlibet dominum. Et reddidit 
gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare iii carrucae et reddit 
X solidos et quando episcopus recepit ualebat taotundem. — 
Uxon. B, (1246) 115. 

The bishop has a manor called Eauaeberga, which Ulveva held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for a hide and a half. This can be ploughed by 
fourteen ploughs. Drogo now holds this [manor] of the bishop. 
Of it Drogo has a viigate and a half in demesne, and one plough ; 
and the viUeins have one hide and half a virgate, and eight ploughs. 
Drogo also has there fifteen villeins, and three bordars, and five 
serfs, and fifteen head of cattle, and nine swine, and sixty sheep, 
and twenty acres of wood, and sixteen acres of meadow, and twenty 
acres of pasture. And it is worth yearly three pounds; and 
when the bishop received it, it was worth four pounds. 

To this manor has been added a manor called Baldrintona, which 
Alured held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, 
and he was free to go to any lord he chose. And it rendered 
geld for one virgate. This can be ploughed by three ploughs. And 
it renders ten shillings ; and when the bishop received it, it was 
worth as much. 

iSoIeneta* 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Boleneia quam 
tenuit Alwinus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida dimidia uirga minus. Hanc 



TSE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUER. 143 



Rawebei^e tenebat Vlueua tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro i hida et dimidia. Terra est xiiii carucis. In 
dominio est i caruca et v serui et xv uillani et iii bordarii 
cum viii carucis. Ibi xvi acrae prati et xx acrae pasturse et 
XX acrae siluae. Olim iiii libras. Modo ualet iii libras. 

Huic manerio addita est Baldrintone. Alured libere 
tenebat pro manerio tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat 
pro una virgata terrae. Terra est iii carucis. Valuit et 
ualet X sol id OS. — Exch, D, 102 (2) ; 5^. 



Raweberge was held by Ulveva in the time of king Edward, 
and it paid geld for one hide and a half. There is land for 
fourteen ploughs. In demesne there are one plough, and five 
serfs, and fifteen villeins, and three bordars, with eight ploughs. 
There are sixteen acres of meadow, and twenty acres of pasture, 
and twenty acres of wood. Formerly it was worth four pounds. 
Now it is worth three pounds. 

To this manor has been added Baldrintone. Alured held it 
freely as a manor in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld 
for one virgate of land. There is land for three ploughs. It was, 
and is, worth ten shillings. 



iSoIenet 

Bolenei tenebat Aluuinus tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro i hida dimidia virgata minus. Terra est xii 
carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et viii serui et vi uillani 



144 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXETER. 

possunt arare xii carrucae. HaDc tenet Drogo de episcopo. 
Inde habet Drogo i uirgam et ii carrucas in dominio et 
villani ii uirgas et dimidiam et ii carrucas. Ibi habet Drogo 
vi uillanos et viii seruos et iii porcarios qui reddunt xv porcos 
et vii animalia et xxx ones et xxx agros nemoris et xii 
agros prati et xxx agros pascuaB. Hec ualet xl solidos et 
quando episcopus recepit ualebat xxx solidos. — Exon. D. 
(1246) 115. 

The bishop has a manor called Boleneia, which Alwin held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one hide less half a virgate. This can be ploughed by 
twelve ploughs. Drogo holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo 
has one virgate and two ploughs in demesne, and the villeins have 
two virgates and a half and two ploughs. There Drogo has six 
villeins, and eight serfs, and three swineherds who render fifteen 
swine, and seven head of cattle, and thirty sheep, and thirty acres of 
wood, and twelve acres of meadow, and thirty acres of pasture. 
This \pianor\ is worth forty shillings ; and when the bishop 
received it, it was worth thirty shillings. 

l.Cmet 

Episcopus CoDstantiensis habet i mansionem quse uocatur 
Limet quam tenuit Aluuinus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit 
uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida et dimidia. 
Hanc possunt arare xii carrucse. Modo tenet earn Drogo de 
episcopo. Inde habet Drogo dimidiam hidam et i carrucam 
in dominio et uillani habent i hidam et vi carrucas. Ibi 
habet Drogo xi uiUanos et viii bordarios et vi seruos et i 
roncinum et iiii animalia et i porcum et Iii ones et dimidiam 
leugam nemoris in longitudine et vi quadragenarias in lati- 
tudiue et vi agros prati et i leugam pascuse in longitudine et 

iii quadragenarias in latitudine. Et ualet per annum iii libras 
et quando episcopus recepit eam ualebat iiii libras. — Exon. D. 
(125) 115. 

The bishop of Coutances has a manor called Limet, which 
Alwin held on the day on which king Edward was alive and 
dead, and it rendered geld for one hide and a hal£ This can be 
ploughed by twelve ploughs. Drogo now holds this of the bishop. 
Of it Drogo has half a hide and one plough in demesne, and the 
villeins have one hide and six ploughs. There Drogo has eleven 
villeins, and eight bordare, and six serfs, and one pack-horse, and 
four head of cattle, and one swine, and fifty-two sheep, and wood 
half a leuga in length and six furlongs in breadth, and six acres of 



TAB DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 145 

cum ii carucis. Ibi iii porcarii reddentes xv porcos et xii 
acrae prati et xxx acrae pasturae et tantundem siluae. 
Olim xxx solidos modo ualet xl solidos. — Exck. D. I02 
(2); 5*. 



Bolenei was held by Alwin in the time of king Edward, and it 
paid geld for one hide less half a virgate. There is land for 
twelve ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and eight serfs, 
and six villeins, with two ploughs. There are three swineherds 
rendering fifteen swine, and twelve acres of meadow, and thirty 
acres of pasture, and as many of wood. Formerly it was worth 
thirty, now it is worth forty, shillings. 



Limet tenebat Aluuinus tempore regis Eduuardi et gelda- 
bat pro i hida et dimidia. Terra est xii carucis. In dominio 
est i caruca et vi serui et xi uillani et viii bordarii cum vi 
carucis. Ibi vi acrae prati et pastura i leuca longitudine 
et iii quarentenae latitudine. Silua dimidia leuca longitu- 
dine et vi quarentena: latitudine. Olim et modo ualet iiii 
libras. — Exch, D, 102 (3) ; 6a. 



Limet was held by Alwin in the time of king Edward, and it 
paid geld for one hide and a half. There is land for twelve 
ploughs. In demesne are one plough, and six serfs, and eleven 
villeins, and eight bordars, with six ploughs. There are six acres 
of meadow, and pasture one leuga in length and three furlongs 
in breadth. Wood half a leuga in length and six furlongs in 
breadth. Formerly it was, and now it is, worth four pounds. 



146 THE DEYONSUIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

meadow, and of pasture one leuga in length aq^ three furlongs in 
breadth ; and it is worth yearly four pounds, and when the bishop 
received it, it was worth four pounds. 

CToIriga* 

Episcopus Constantiensis habet i mansionem qu» uocatur 
Colriga quam tenuerunt ii tagni pariter ea die qua rex 
Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i 
bida. Hanc possunt arare viii carrucse. Modo tenet earn 
Drogo de episcopo. Inde habet Drogo i uirgam et ii carrucas 
in dominio et uillani habent ii uirgas et vi carrucas. Ibi 
habet Drogo xi uillanos et i bordarium et ii seruos et iii por- 
carios qui reddunt per annum 1 porcos et iii animalia et xxxvi 
oues et i leugam nemoris in longitudine et dimidiana in lati- ' 
tudine et vi agros prati et xxx agros pascuse. Et ualet per 
annum iiii libras et quando episcopus recepit uallebat [sic] c 
solidos. 

De supradicta hida tenet i uirgam Ingelbaldus de Drogone 
quam tenuit Algarus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et poterat ire ad quemlibet dominum cum sua terra. 
Et ualet per annum x solidos et quando Drogo accepit 
ualebat v solidos. — Exon, D, (125) 110. 

The bishop of Coutances has a manor called Colriga, which two 
tbegns held in partage on the day on which king Edward was alive 
and dead, and it rendered geld for one hide. This can be ploughed 
by eight ploughs. Drogo now holds this [77iawor] of the bishop. 
Of it Drogo has one virgate and two ploughs in demesne, and the 
villeins have two virgates and six ploughs. There Drogo has eleven 
villeins, and one bordar, and two serfs, and three swineherds who 
render yearly fifty swine, and three head of cattle, and thirty-six 
sheep, and wood one leuga in length and half a leuga in breadth, 
and six acres of meadow, and thirty acres of pasture; and it is 
worth yearly four pounds, and when the bishop received it^ it was 
worth one hundred shillings. 

Of the above-mentioned hide Ingelbald holds of Drogo one 
virgate, which Algar held on the day on which king Edward was 
alive and dead, and he was free to go to whomsoever lord he 
chose; and it is worth yearly ten shillings, and when Drogo re- 
ceived it, it was worth five shillings. 

^atitigelo* 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quse uocatur Matingeho 
quam tenuit Dodo ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt arare 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 147 



CToItige. 

Colrige tenebant ii taini libere tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro i hida. Terra est viii carucis. In dominio 
sunt ii carucae ii serui et xi uillani et i bordarius cum vi 
canicis. Ibi lii porcarii reddentes 1 porcos. Ibi vi acrae prati 
et XXX acrae pasturae. Silua i leuca in longitudine et 
dimidia leuca latitudine. Olim c solidos. Modo ualet iiii 
libras. 

De hac hida tenet Ingelbald de Drogone unam virgatam 
terrae. Algar libere tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi. Olim 
V solidos. Modo ualet x solidos. — ExcA, D. 102 (3) ; 6a. 



Colrige was held by two thegns freely in the time of king Edward, 
and it paid geld for one hide. There is land for eight ploughs. 
In demesne are two ploughs, and two serfs, and eleven villeins, 
and one bordar, with six ploughs. There are three swineherds, 
rendering fifty swine. There are six acres of meadow, and thirty 
acres of pasture. Wood one leuga in length and half a leuga in 
breadth. Formerly it was worth one hundred shillings. Now it 
is worth four pounds. 

Of this hide Ingelbald holds of Drogo ono virgate of land. 
Algar held it freely in the time of king Edward. Formerly it was 
worth five shillings, now it is worth ten shillings. 



^aMngelio* 

Matingeho tenebat Dodo tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro i hida. Terra est viii carucis. In dominio 
est i caruca cum i seruo et viii uillani et iiii bordarii cum 

L 2 



(^ 



148 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

viii carructt. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde habet 
Drogo i uirgam et i carrucam in dominio et villani iii uirgas 
at iii carrucas. Ibi habet Drogo viii villanos et iiii bordarios 
et i seruum et iii animalia et xiiii porcos et x ones et xvii 
capras et 1 agros nemoris et i leugam pascuae. Hsec ualet xxx 
soUdos et quando episcopus recepit ualebat v solidos. — Ilxon. 
D. (125) 116. 

The bishop has a manor called Matingeho, which Dodo held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one hide. This can be ploughed by eight ploughs. Drogo 
holds this of the bishop Of it Drogo has one viigate and one plough 
in demesne, and the villeins have three virgates and three ploughs. 
There Drogo has eight villeins, and four bordars, and one serf, and 
three head of cattle, and fourteen swine, and ten sheep, and seven- 
teen goats, and fifty acres of wood, and one leuga of pasture. This 
[manor] is worth thirty shillings ; and when the bishop received it, 
it was worth five shillings. 

Episcopus Constantiensis habet i mansionem quae uocatur 
PiUanda quam tenuit Edmerus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fait 
niuns et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc 
possiint arare v carrucae. Uanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. 
Inde habet Drogo dimidiam uirgam et ii carrucas in dominio 
et villani i uirgam et dimidiam et iii carrucas. Ibi habet 
Drogo iii uillanos et v bordarios et v seruos et i roncinum et 
Ixxx oues et viii agros nemoris et iiii agros prati et xl agros 
pascuae. Haec ualet xl solidos et quando episcopus recepit 
ualebat 1 solidos.— ^awi. D. (1256) 116. 

The bishop of Coutances has a manor called Pillanda, which 
£dmer held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, 
and it rendered geld for half a hide. This can be ploughed by five 
ploughs. Drogo holds this [manor] of the bishop. Of it Drogo has 
half a virgate and two ploughs in demesne, and the villeins have one 
virgate and a half and three ploughs. There Drogo has three villeins, 
and five bordars, and five serfs, and one pack-horse, and eighty 
sheep, and eight acres of wood, and four acres of meadow, and 
forty acres of pasture. This [manor] is worth forty shillings, and 
when the bishop received it, it was worth fifty shillings. 

yc na. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Pi naquam 

tenuit Dodo ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus 



THE DEYOKSBIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 149 

ill caructs. Ibi 1 acrae siluae et una leuca pasturae. Valet 
XXX solidos. — Exch. D, 102 (3) ; 6a. 



Matingeho was held by Dodo in the time of king Edward, and 
it paid geld for one hide. There is land for eight ploughs. In 
demesne are one plough, with one serf, and eight villeins, and 
four bordars, with three ploughs. There are fifty acres of wood, 
and one leuga of pasture. It is worth thirty shillings. 



Pillande tenebat Edmer tempore regis Eduuardi et gel- 
dabat pro dimidia hida. Terra est v carucis. In dominio 
sunt ii carucae et v serui et iii uillani et v borcl irii cum iii 
carucis. Ibi iiii acrae prati et xl acrae pasturae et viii acrae 
siluae. Olim 1 solidos. Mode ualet xl solidos. — Exck. D, 
102 (3) ; 6a. 



l^illande was held by Edmer in the time of king Edward, and it 
paid geld for half a hide. There is land for five ploughs. In 
demesne are two ploughs, and five serfs, and three villeins, and five 
bordars, with three ploughs. There are four acres of meadow, and 
forty acres of pasture, and eight acres of wood Formerly it was 
worth fifty shillings. Now it is worth forty shillings. 



ttliltoiie. 

Wiltone tenebat Dodo tempore regis Eduuardi et gelda^* 
bat pro dimidia hida. Terra est v carucis. In dominio est i 



150 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

et reddidit gildam pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt arare v 
camicee. Banc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde habet Drogo 
dimidiam uirgam et i camicam in dominio et villani i 
nirgam et dimidiam et iii carrucas. Ibi habet Drogo vi 
villanos et vii bordarios et iiii seruos et i roncinum et iii 
animalia et x ones et Ix agros nemoris et viii agros prati et 
xl agros pascuae. Hsec ualet xxx solidos et quando episcopus 
recepit nalebat xl solidos. — Uxon. D. (1255) 116. 

The bishop has a manor called Pi na, which Dodo held on 

the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide. This can be ploughed by five ploughs. 
Drogo holds this [manor] of the bishop. Of it Drogo has half a vir* 
gate and one plough in demesne, and the villeins have one virgate and 
a half and three plough& There Drogo has six villeins, and seven 
bordais, and four serfs, and one pack-horse, and three head of cattle, 
and ten sheep, and sixty acres of wood, and eight acres of meadow, 
and forty acres of pasture. This [maTzor] is worth thirty shillings, 
and when the bishop received it, it was worth forty shillings. 

•una. 

Episcopns habet i mansionem quae uocatur Dana quam 
tenuit Algarus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuns et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt arare 
y carmcae. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde habet Drogo 
dimidiam uirgam et i carrucam in dominio et villani i 
uirgam et dimidiam et vii carrucas. Ibi habet Drogo xv 
villanos et iii bordarios et iiii seruos et iii animalia et xxvi 
ones et xviii capras et i leugam nemoris in loDgitudine et 
dimidiam in latitudine et iii agros prati. Haec ualet xl solidos 
et quando episcopus recepit ualebat tantundem. 

Uuic mansioni sunt adiunctse iii terrae quas tenuerunt iii 
tagni pariter ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus et 
potuerunt ire ad quemlibet dominum et reddiderunt gildum 
pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt arare iiii carrucse. Ibi habet 
Drogo iii uillanos qui habent ii carrucas. Hsec ualet xx solidos 
et quando episcopus recepit ualebat tantundem. — Exon. D. 
(1256); 116. 

The bishop has a manor called Duna, which Algar held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide. This can be ploughed by five ploughs. Drogo 
holds this [manor] of the bishop. Of it Drogo has half a viigate 
and one plough in demesne, and the villeins have one viigate and a 
half and seven ploughs. There Drogo has fifteen villeins, and three 



THE DBYONSHIRB DOMBSDAT — EXCHEQUER. 151 

caruca et iiii serui et vi uillani et vii bordarii cum iii carucis. 
Ibi viii acrae prati et xl acrae pasture et Ix acrae siluae. Olim 
xl solidos. Modo ualet xxx solidos. — Exch, D. 102 (3) ; 6a. 



Wiltone was held by Dodo in the time of king Edward, and it 
paid geld for half a hide. There is land for five ploughs. In 
demesne are one plough, and four serfs, and six villeins, and 
seven bordars, with three ploughs. There are eight acres of 
meadow, and forty acres of pasture, and sixty acres of wood. 
Formerly it was worth forty shillings. Now it is worth thirty 
shillings. 



Dvne tenebat Algar tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat 
pro dimidia hida. Terra est v carucis. In dominie est i 
caruca et iiii serui et xv uillani et iii bordarii cum vii 
carucis. Ibi iii acrae prati et silua i leuca longitudine et 
dimidia leuca latitudine. Olim et modo xl solidos. 

Huic manerio additae sunt iii terras triorum tainorum quas 
tenebant libere tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabant pro 
dimidia hida. Terra est iiii carucis. Ibi sunt iii uillani 
cum ii carucis. Olim et modo ualet xx solidos. — Excfu D, 
102 (3); 6a. 



Dvne was held by Algar in the time of king Edward, and it 
paid geld for half a hide. There is land for five ploughs. In 
demesne are one plough, and four serfs, and fifteen villeins, and 
three bordars, with seven ploughs. There are three acres of 
meadow, and wood one leuga in length and half a leuga in 
breadth. Formerly it was, and now it is, worth forty shillings. 



152 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY—EXETER. 

bordars, and four serfs, and three head of cattle, and twenty-six 
sheep, and eighteen goats, and wood one leuga in length and half a 
leuga in breadth, and three acres of meadow. This [manor] is 
worth forty shillings, and when the bishop received it, it was worth 
as much. 

To this manor have been adjoined three lands, which three thegns -^ 

held in partage on the day on which king Edward was alive and 
dead, and they were free to go to whomsoever lord they chose, and ^ 

they rendered geld for half a hide. This [mancTr] can be ploughed 
by four plougha. There Drogo has three villeins, who have two 
ploughs. This [manor] is worth twenty shillings, and when the 
bishop received it, it was worth as much. 

iifagftitotia. 

Episcopus habet i mansioDem quae uocatur Hagintona 
quam tenuit Ylfertus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare 
ii carrucse. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Ibi habet Drogo 
ii uillanos qui habent ii carrucas et i bordarium et xx agros 
pascuae. Haec reddit vi solidos et quando episcopus recepit 
ualebat x solidos. — Exon. D. (126) 117. 

■I 

The bishop has a manor called Hagintona, which XJlfert held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it ren- 
dered geld for one virgate. This can be ploughed by two ploughs. 
Drogo holds this [manor] of the bishop. There Drogo has two 
villeins who have two ploughs, and one bordar, and twenty acres 
of pasture. This [7nanor] renders six shillings ; and when the bishop 
received it, it was worth ten shillings. 

HaVeUfa. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Badeleia quam 
tenuit Bristricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hancr possunt \8ic\ 
iiii carrucae. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde habet . 

Drogo i uirgam et i carrucam et dimidiam in dominio et I 

villani i uirgam et i carrucam. Ibi habet Drogo iiii viilanos J 

et iiii bordarios et iiii seruos et ii animalia et xxx cues et xvi 
capras et xxx agros nemoris et ii agros prati et v agros 
pascuae. Haec ualet xxx solidos et quando episcopus recepit 
ualebat tantundem. — Exon, D. (126) 117. 

The bishop has a manor called Radeleia, which Bristric held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide. This can \be ploughed] by four ploughs. 



THE DKVONSHIRE DOMESDAT— -EXCHEQUER. 153 

To this manor have been added three lands of three thegns, 
which they held freely in the time of king Edward, and they paid 
geld for half a hide. There is land for four ploughs. There are 
three villeins with two ploughs. Formerly it was, and now it is, 
worth twenty shillings; 



Hagintone tenebat Vlfert tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro una virgata terrae. Terra est ii carucis. Has 
habent ibi ii uillani et i bordarius. Ibi xx acrae pasturae. 
Olim X solidos. Modo ualet vi solidos. — Exch, D, I02 
(3) ; 6^. 



Hagintone was held by Ulfert in the time of king Edward, and 
it paid geld for one virgate of land. There is land for two ploughs. 
Two villeins and one bordar have these there. There are twenty 
acres of pasture. Formerly it was worth ten shillings, now it is 
worth six shillings. 



RaBelie* 

Radelie tenebat Brictric tempore regis Eduuardi et gelda- 
bat pro dimidia hida. Terra est iili carucis. In dominie 
est i caruca et iiii serui et iiii uillani et iiii bordarii cum i 
caruca. Ibi ii acrae prati et v acrae pasturae et xxx acrae 
siluae. Olim et modo ualet xxx solidos. — Exch. D, I02 
(3) ; 6^. 



Radelie was held by Brictric in the time of king Edward, and it 
paid geld for half a hide. There is land for four ploughs. . In 
demesne are one plough, and four serfs, and four villeins, and 



154 TBE DIVONSHiaX BOMESDAT — ^EXBTER. 

Diogo holds this [manor] of the bishop. Of it Drogo has one viigate 
and one plough in demesne, and the villeins have one viigate and 
one plongh. There Drogo has four villeins, and four bordars, and four 
serfs, and two head of cattle, and thirty sheep, and sixteen goats, 
and thirty acres of wood, and two acres of meadow, and five acres 
of pasture. This [manor] is worth thirty shillings ; and when the 
bishop received it, it was worth as much. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Metcoma quam 
tenuit Bristricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuos et reddidit gildum pro dimidia uirga. Hanc potest 
arare i carruca. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Ibi habet 
Drogo ii uillanos qui habent i carrucam et i seruum et iiii 
agros prati et xx agros pascuse. Hsec reddit x solidos et 
quando episoopus recepit ualebat tantundem. — Eoaon. D. 
(126) 117. 

The bishop has a manor called Metcoma, which Bristric held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for half a virgate. This can be ploughed by one 
plougL Drogo holds this of the bishop. There Drogo has two 
villeins, who have one plough, and one serf, and four acres of 
meadow, and twenty acres of pasture. This [manor] renders ten 
shillings, and when the bishop received it, it was worth as much. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Braia quam 
tenuit Alwinus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga et dimidia. Hanc tenet 
Drogo de episcopo. Hanc posaunt arare vi carrucse. Inde 
habet Drogo dimidiam uirgam et i carrucam in dominio et 
villani i uir^m et iii carrucas. D)! habet Drogo vi viUanos 
et ii bordanos et i seruum et iii animalia et xiii ones et 
XX agros nemoris et xxx agros prati et ii leugas pascuae in 
longitudine et dimidiam in mtitudine. Haec ualet xx solidos 
et quando episcopus recepit ualebat tantundem. 

Huic mansioni est adiuncta i mansio quae uocatur Witefella 
quam tenuit Sauuinus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare 
ii carrucae. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde habet Drogo 
dimidiam uirgam et i carrucam in dominio et villani dimidisum 
uirgam. Ibi habet Drogo ii uillanos et i bordarium et xy 
capras et x agros nemoris. Haec ualet x solidos et quando 
episcopus recepit ualebat tantundem. — Excn, D, (126b) 117. 



THl DEVONSHIBB DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUSB. 155 

four bordars, with one plough. There are two acres of meadow, 
and five acres of pasture, and thirty acres of wood. Formerly it 
was, and now it is, worth thirty shillings. 



Metcome tenebat Brictric tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro dimidia virgata terrae. Terra est i carucse. 
Hanc habent ibi ii uillani cum i seruo. Ibi iiii acrae prati 
et XX acrae pasturae. Olim et modo ualet x solidos. — £xck. 
D. I02 (3) ; 6a. 



Metcome was held by Brictric in the time of king Edward, and 
it paid geld for half a virgate of land. There is land for one 
plough. Two villeins have this there with one serf. There are 
four acres of meadow, and twenty acres of pasture. Formerly 
it was, and now it is, worth ten shillings. 



Braia tenebat Aluuinus tempore regis Eduuardi et gelda- 
bat pro una virgata terrae et dimidia. Terra est vi carucis. 
In dominie est i caruca cum i seruo et vi uillani et ii bor- 
darii cum iii carucis. Ibi xxx acrae prati et xx acrae siluae. 
Fastura ii leucae longitudine et dimidia leuca latitudine. 
Olim et modo ualet xx solidos. 

Huic manerio addita est Witefelle. Sauuinus tenebat tem- 
pore regis Eduuardi pro manerio et geldabat pro una virgata 
terrae. Terra est ii carucis. Ibi est i caruca et ii uillani 
cum uno bordario et x acrae siluae. Olim et modo ualet x 
solidos. — ExcA, D, 102 (3) ; 6a, 



/ 



156 THB DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT — EXETER. 

The bishop has a manor called Braia, which Alwin held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 

f;eld for one viigate and a half. Drogo holds this of the bishop. This 
manor] can be ploughed by six ploughs. Of it Drogo has half a 
virgate and one plough in demesne, and the villeins have one virgate 
and three ploughs. There Drogo has six villeins, and two bordars, 
and one serf, and three head of cattle, and thirteen sheep, and twenty 
acres of wood, and thirty acres of meadow, and of pasture two 
leugas in length and half in breadtL This is worth twenty shil- 
lings, and when the bishop received it, it was worth as much. 

To this manor has been adjoined a manor called Witefella, which 
Sawin held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, 
and it rendered geld for one virgate. This can be ploughed by two 
plougha Drogo holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo has half 
a viigate and one plough in demesne, and the villeins have half a 
Tirgate. There Drogo has two villeins, and one bordar, and fifteen 
goats, and ten acres of wood. This [manor] is worth ten shillings, 
and when the bishop received it, it was worth as much. 



Vera* 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Bera quam 
tenuit Bristricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt 
arare v carrucae. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde Drogo 
dimidiam uirgam et i carrucam in dominio et villani i uirgam 
et dimidiam et ii carrucas. Ibi habet Drogo iiii villanos et i 
bordarium et i senium et ii animalia et vi ones et x capras et 
vi agros nemoris et ii agros prati. Haec ualet xx solidos et 
quando episcopus recepit ualebat tantundem. — Exon. D, 
(1266) 117. 

stricus filius Cammi habuit i uirgam terrse quse uocatur 

Boeurda ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus et 
ante mortem Eduuardi regis fuit accepta de mansione regis 
quae uocatur Brantona, et Willelmus — aluiUa remisit eam 
in Brantona tempore Willelmi regis. Hanc calumpniatur 
episcopus Constantiensis sed tegni nesciunt quomodo Bris- 
tricus habuit eam. — Exon, D, (1266 in marg.) 117. 

The bishop has a manor called Bera, which Bristric held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide. This can be ploughed by five plougha Drogo 
holds it of the bishop. Of it Drogo \ha8\ half a viigate and one 
plough in demesne, and the villeins have one virgate and a half and 
two plougha There Drogo has four villeins, and one bordar, and one 
serf, and two head of cattle, and six sheep, and ten goats, and six acres 






THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 157 

Braia was held by Alwin in the time of king Edward, and it 
paid geld for one virgate of land and a half. There is land for 
six ploughs. In demesne there is one plough with one serf, and 
there are six villeins, and two bordars with three ploughs. There 
are thirty acres of meadow, and twenty acres of wood. Pasture 
two leugas in length, and half a leuga in breadth. Formerly it 
was, and now it is, worth twenty shillings. 

To this manor has been added Witefelle. Sawin held it in the 
time of king Eklward as a manor, and it paid geld for one virgate 
of land. There is land for two ploughs. There is one plough, and 
there are two villeins with one bordar, and ten acres of wood. 
Formerly it was, and now it is, worth ten shillings. 



Bera tenebat Brictric tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat 
pro dimidia hida. Terra est v carucis. In dominio est i 
caruca cum i seruo et iiii uillani et i bordarius cum ii 
carucis. Ibi ii acrae prati et vi acrae siluae. Olim et modo 
ualet XX solidos. 

Brictric tenebat unam virgatam terrae tempore regis 
Eduuardi quae antea fuerat in Brantone manerio regis 
et Willelmus de Waluile remisit earn ibi tempore regis 
Willelmi. Hanc episcopus Constantiensis calumniatur, sed 
taini nesciunt quomodo eam Brictric habuerit — Exch, D, 
I02 (3) ; 6a, 



Bera was held by Brictric in the time of king Edward, and it 
paid geld for half a hide. There is land for five ploughs. In 
demesne there is one plough with one serf, and there are four 
villeins, and one bordar with two ploughs. There are two acres 
of meadow and six acres of wood. Formerly it was, and now it 
is, worth twenty shillings. 

Brictric held one virgate of land in the time of king Edward, 



158 THS DEVONSHIRE DOICESDAY— EXETEB. 

of wood| and two acres of meadow. This [manor] is worth twenty 
shillings, and when the bishop received it, it was worth as much. 

[^rt]stric Fitz-came had one virgate of land called Boeurda on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and before the 
death of king Edward it was taken from the king's manor called 
Brantona, and William [TTJalvilla restored it to Brantona in the 
time of king William. This [man^/r] is claimed by the bishop of 
Coutances; but the thegns know not in what manner Bnstric 
bad it 

 

(SeRlKomliau 

Episcopos habet i mansionem quae vocatur Oeldecomba 
quam tenuit Vlmerus ea die qua rex Ednuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare 
iii carrucae. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde habet 
Drogo dimidiam uirgam et i carrucam in dominio et villani 
dimidiam uirgam et dimidiam carracam. Ibi habet Drogo iii 
villanos et ii bordarios et i seruum et xi animalia et x porcos 
et Iv ones et xix capras et vii agios prati et x agros pascuse. 
Hsec ualet xx solidos et quando episcopus recepit ualebat 
tantundem. — £x<m, B, (1266) 117. 

The bishop has a manor called Celdecomba, which Ulmer held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for one viigate. This can be ploughed by three 
ploughs. Drogo holds it of the bishop. Of it Drogo has half a 
viigate and one plough in demesne, and the villeins have half a 
virgate and half a plougL There Drogo has three villeins, and 
two bordars, and one serf, and eleven head of cattle, and ten swine, 
and fifty-five sheep, and nineteen goats, and seven acres of meadow, 
and ten acres of pasture. This [ynanor] is worth twenty shillings ; 
«nd when the bishop received it, it was worth as much. 

Cftttrfelbu 

Episcopas babet i mansionem quae aocatar Witefella quam 
tenuit Bristricus ea die qaa rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia uirga. Hanc possunt 
arare ii carrucae. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Haec ualet 
vi solidos et quando episcopus recepit erat uastata. — JBxan. D. 
(127) 118. 

The bishop has a manor called Witefella, which Bristric held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a viigate. This can be ploughed by two ploughs. 
Drogo holds it of the bishop. This [manor] is worth six shillings ; 
and when the bishop received it, it had been laid waste. 



THE DBVONSHIBB DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUER. 



161 




Bvrietescoinf^ was in Brantone, the king's manor ; and William 
geldabatorfl^tored it in the time of king William. This the 
X^^i^pVKutances claims, but the thegns know not how Brictric 
le same. 









(SelBecome. 



^\cb Celdecome. tenebat Vlmer tempore regis Eduuardi et 
cu/ gj^jtldabat pro una virgata terrae. Terra est iii carucis. In 
Oil. \ninio est i caruca cum i seruo et iii uillani et ii bordarii 

\n dimidia caruca. Ibi vii acrae prati et x acrae pasturae. 

fti et modo ualet xx solidos. — Exch, D, 102 (3) ; 6a. 



\ 



. ^f^soficcome was held by Ulmer in the time of king Edward, and 
-'^^^^^ I geld for one virgate of land. There is land for three ploughs, 
mesne there is one plough, with one serf, and there are three 
I, and two bordars, with half a plough. There are seven 
l>f meadow, and ten acres of pasture. Formerly it was, 
w it is, worth twenty shillings. 



acres <. 
and no 



Witefl 
geldaba^ 
Vasta ful 



raiftrfenr. 

ille tenebat Brictric tempore regis Eduuardi et 
pro dimidia virgata terrae. Terra est li carucis. 
fit. Modo ualet vi solidos. — Exch, D. 102 (3) ; 6a, 



WitefeUe\ 
it paid ( 
ploughs. 



•1 for half a virgate of land. There is land for two 



I ^was held by Brictric in the time of king Edward, and 
has been waste. Now it is worth six shillings. 



V 



1 



.Oo^^ — -^ -rfinj&^Oj 

finvitnttntomtL ^ux ^ 

\B worth twenty 
Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Burifcoso inuch. 
quam tenuit Aluricus ea die qua rex Eduuardi fuit uiuus'eiDn 
mortuus et reddidit gilduin pro dimidia uirga. Hanc possuntiie 
arare ii carrucae. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Ibi habet/ed 
Drogo i uillanum qui habet dimidiam carrucam et vii agro^e 
prati et xl agros pascuse. HaBc ualet ii solidos et quandc/ 9^ 
episcopus earn recepit erat uastata. — Exon, D, (127) 118. *™ 

The bishop has a manor called Buriestescoma, which Alur| 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dea' . 
and it rendered geld for half a virgate. This can be ploughed ^^^^ 
two ploughs. Drogo holds it of the bishop. There Drogo f^^ ^** 
one villein who has half a plough, and seven acres of meadM^^ 
and forty aci-es of pasture. This [warwr] is worth two shillipabet 
and when the bishop received it, it had been laid waste. KUani 

iogoiii 

IPaiKOia. iascusB. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Patsola ^alebat 
teuuit Ednodus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
tuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possun 
V carrucse. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde k^^ beld 
Drogo i uirgam et i carrucam in dominio et villani i m ^^^ ^^ ^ 

et iii carrucas et dimidiam. Ibi habet Drogo ix villancf y, *^F®® *^' 

bordarios et ii seruos et viii animalia et ii porcos et|^ ^*|^ * 
ones et xvi capras et iii agros nemoris. Haec ualet xl^® *? 

et quando episcopus recepit ualebat tantundem. — rf^®^^®» ^ 

(127) 118. j^^:: 

The bishop has a manor called Patsola, which Ednod | ^ ^ 

the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it ( 

geld for half a hide. This can be ploughed by five' yi^^ 

Drogo holds it of the bishop. Of it Drogo has one viii ^^ 

one plough in demesne, and the villeins have one viiLn^ nuam 1^ 

three ploughs and a hal£ There Drogo has nine viUeinsf »:„ ^ a. aIs^'^ 

bordars, and two serfs, and eight head of cattle, and two sJ ^ a^d 

ninety sheep, and sixteen goats, and three acres of wood 62 P^^sunt ^^^ 

worth forty shillings, and when the bishop received it, it/ ^ ualet ^^^ 

as much. j^—Exan. D. j|jjjg 

CftmeoWotia. / ^^ 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur ^^J.^ h rS 
quam tenuit Algarus ea die qua rex Eduuardus £^, ^ rendered 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia uirga. R six^shiuSM^- '^^ 

hste. ' uUoiB«s«^ 

I laLicpflSSODt 

i 

I 

/ 



e half a iti 



THE D£V0N8m&£ DOMESDAY— £XCHEQUBR. 161 

Bvrietescome tenebat Aluric tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro dimidia virgata terrae. Terra est ii carucis. 
Ibi unus uillanus habet dimidiam carucam et vii acras prati 
et xl acras pasturae. Valet ii solidos. — Exch, D, 102 (3); 6a, 



p^ ^ Burietescome was held by Aluric in the time of king Edward, 

£^;J' p^^^^ ^^ V^^^ g^^^ ^or half a virgate of" land. There is land for 

^> J ^^^ ploughs. There one villein has half a plough, and seven 

^> ^' acres of meadow, and forty acres of pasture. It is worth two 

* CU/ 1 •II- 

jj ';' shilhngs. 



Patsole tenebat Ednod tempore regis Eduuardi et gelda- 
bat pro dimidia hida. Terra est v carucis. In dominio 
^ est i caruca et ii serui et ix uillanl et ii bordarii cum iii 
5/^ carucis et dimidia. Ibi iii acrae siluae. Olim et modo ualet 
xl solidos. — Exch, D, 102 (3) ; 6a. 






Patsole was held by Ednod in the time of king Edward, and it 
paid geld for half a hide. There is land for five ploughs. In 
demesne are one plough, and two serfs, and nine villeins, 
and two bordars, with three ploughs and a half. There are 
three acres of wood. Formerly it was, and now it is, worth 
\f^ forty shillings. 



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\il^ Cheneoltone tenebat Algar tempore r^is Eduuardi et 

'^sx geldabat pro dimidia virgata terrae. Terra est ii carucis. 
In dominio est i caruca et ii serui. Et i uillanus et i bordarius 

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162 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMfiSDAT — EXETER. 

arare ii camicse. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde habet 
Drogo i ferlinum et i carrucam in dominio et villaniis i 
ferlinum et vi bones in carrucam. Ibi habet Drogo i uillanum 
et i bordarium et ii seraos et v animalia et v porcos et xviii 
ones et xxx capras et vi agros nemoris et i agrum prati et 
XXX agros pascuae. Usee nalet xv solidos et quando episcopus 
recepit ualebat tantnndem. — &con. D. (127) 118. 

The bishop has a manor called Cheneoltona, which Algar held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a viigate. This can be ploughed by two ploughs. 
Drogo holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo has one ferling and 
one plough in demesne, and a villein has one ferling and six oxen 
towards [tJie making up of] one plough. There Drogo has one 
villein, and one bordar, and two serfs, and five head of cattle, and 
five swine, and eighteen sheep, and thirty goats, and six acres of 
wood, and one acre of meadow, and thirty acres of pasture. This 
[maTior] is worth fifteen shillings ; and when the bishop received 
it, it was worth as much. 



VflOanBa. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur PiUanda quam 
tenuit Aluricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt 
arare iiii carrucae. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde 
habet Drogo dimidiam uirgam et i carrucam et dimidiam in 
dominio et villani i uirgam et dimidiam et i carrucam et 
dimidiam. Ibi habet Drogo vi villanos et iiii seruos et viii 
animalia et xv porcos et Ixvii ones et xi capras et iii agros 
nemoris et i agrum prati et xxx agros pascusB. Htec ualet xx 
solidos et quando episcopus recepit ualebat x solidos. — Focan, 
D. (1276) 118. 

The bishop has a manor called PiUanda, which Aluric held on 
4ihe day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide. This can be ploughed by four plougha 
Drogo holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo has half a viigate 
and one plough and a half in demesne, and the villeins have one 
virgate and a half and one plough and a half. There Drogo has 
six villeins, and four serfs, and eight head of cattle, and fifteen 
swine, and sixty-seven sheep, and eleven goats, and thre^ acres of 
wood, and one acre of meadow, and thirty acres of pasture. This 
[manor] is worth twenty shillings ; and when the bishop received 
it, it was worth ten shillings. 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — BXCHEQUEB. 163 

habent vi boues in carucam. Ibi i acra prati et xxx acrx 
pasture et vi acrae siluae. Olim et modo ualet xv solidos. 
— Exch. D. I02 (3) ; 6cu 



Cheneoltone was held by Algar in the time of king Edward, 
and it paid geld for half a virgate of land There b land for two 
ploughs. In demesne are one plough, and two serfs; and one 
villein and one bordar have six oxen towards [the making up o/\ 
a plough. There is one acre of meadow, and there are thirty 
acres of pasture, and six acres of wood. Formerly it was, and 
now it is, worth fifteen shillings. 



rairUattB. 

Welland tenebat Aluric tempore regis Eduuardi et gelda- 
bat pro dimidia hida. Terra est iiii carucis. In dominio 
est i caruca et dimidia et iiii semi et vi uillani cum i caruca 
et dimidia. Ibi i acra prati et xxx acrae pasturae et iii 
acrae silvae. Olim x solidos modo xx solidos. — Exch, D, 
102 (4) ; 6 b. 



Welland was held by Aluric in the time of king Edward, and 
it paid geld for half a hide. There is land for four ploughs. In 
demesne are one plough and a half and four serfs ; and there are 
six villeins with ont plough and a half. There are one acre of 
meadow, and thirty acres of pasture, and three acres of wood. 
Formerly it was worth ten shillings, now it is worth twenty shillings. 



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164 THB DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXETER. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Fediccheswella 
quam tenuit Ylfus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt 
arare y canlicae. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde habet 
Drogo dimidiam uirgam et i carrucam in dominio et villani i 
uirgam et dimidiam et i carrucam et dimidiam. Ibi habet 
Drogo iiii villanos et v bordarios et i senium et xiii porcos et 
xii agros prati et c agros pascuae. Haec ualet xx solidos et 
quando episcopus recepit ualebat x solidos. — JExon. D. {121 h) 
118. 

The bishop has a manor called Pediccheswella, which Ulf held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it ren- 
dered geld for half a hide. This can be ploughed by five ploughs. 
Drogo holds this of the bishop Of it Drogo has half a virgate 
and one plough in demesne, and the villeins have one viigate 
and a half and one plough and a half. There Drogo has four 
villeins, and five bordars, and one serf, and thirteen swine, and 
twelve acres of meadow, and one hundred acres of pasture. This 
[manor] is worth twenty shillings ; and when the bishop received 
it, it was worth ten shillings. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem qusB uocatur Ailesuescota 
quam tenuerunt ii fratres pariter ea die qua rex Eduuardus 
fuit uiuus et mortuus et potuerunt ire ad quemlibet dominum 
et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt arare v 
carrucae. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde habet Drogo 
dimidiam uirgam et i carrucam in dominio et villani i 
uirgam et dimidiam et i carrucam et dimidiam. Ibi habet 
Drogo V uillanos et iii bordarios et i senium et viii animalia 
et ii porcos et Ixxxviii ones et x capras et xx agros prati et c 
agros pascuse. Ha^c ualet xx solidos et quando episcopus 
recepit ualebat x solidos. — Exon, D, (1276) 118. 

The bishop has a manor called Ailesuescota, which two brothers 
held in partage on the day on which king Edward was alive and 
dead, and they were free to go to whomsoever lord they chose, and 
it rendered geld for half a hide. This can be ploughed by five 
ploughs. Drogo holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo has half a 
virgate and one plough in demesne, and the villeins have one virgate 
and a half and one plough and a half. There Drogo has five 
villeins, and three boidars, and one serf, and eight head of cattle. 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT — EXCHEQUER. 165 

Wedicheswelle tenebat Vlf tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro dimidia hida. Terra est v carucis. In dominie 
est i caruca cum i seruo et iiii uillani et v bordarii cum i 
caruca et dimidia. Ibi xii acrae prati et c acrae pasturae. 
Olim X solidos modo xx solidos. — ExcA. D, 102 (4) ; 6 A 



Wedicheswelle was held by Ulf in the time of king Edward, and 
it paid geld for half a hide. There is land for five ploughs. In 
demesne is one plough with one serf; and there are four villeins 
and five bordars with one plough and a hal£ There are twelve 
acres of meadow and one hundred acres of pasture. Formerly 
it was worth ten shillings, now it is worth twenty shillings. 



Eilevescote tenuerunt li fratres libere tempore regis 
Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia hida. Terra est v carucis. 
In dominio est i caruca cum i seruo et v uillani et iii bor- 
darii cum i caruca et dimidia. Ibi xx acrae prati et c acrae 
pasturae. Olim x solidos modo ualet xx solidos. — ExcA, D. 
102 (4) ; 66. 



Eilevescote was held freely by two brothers in the time of king 
Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There is land for five 
ploughs. In demesne is one plough with one serf; and there are 
five villeins, and three bordars, with one plough and a half. 
There are twenty acres of meadow, and one hundred acres of 
pasture. Formerly it was worth ten shillings, now it is worth 
twenty shillings. 



166 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

and two swine^ and eighty-^ight sheep, and ten goats, and twenty 
acres of meadow, and one hundred acres of pasture. This [r/ianor] 
is worth twenty shillings, and when the bishop received it, it was 
worth ten shillings. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quse uocatur Estaueforda 
quam tenuit Edricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia uirga. Hanc possunt 
arare ii carrucae. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde habet 
Drogo i ferlinum in dominio et villani i ferlinum. Ibi habet 
Drogo ii nillanos et vi agros prati et 1 agros pascusB. Hsec 
ualet V solidos et quando episcopus recepit ualebat tantundem. 
—Exon. D. (1276) 119. 

The bishop has a manor called Estaueforda, which Edric held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive 'and dead, and it 
rendered geld for half a virgate. This can be ploughed by two 
ploughs. Drogo holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo has one 
ferling in demesne, and the villeins have one ferling. There Drogo 
has two villeins, and six acres of meadow, and fifty acres of pasture. 
This [manor] is worth five shillings, and when the bishop received 
it, it was worth as much. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quas uocatur Gretedona 
quam tenuit Alcerlus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga et dimidia. Hanc 
possunt arare viii carruca3. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. 
Inde habet Drogo dimidiam uirgam in dominio et villani i 
uirgam et ii carrucas. Ibi habet Drogo vi villanos et iii 
bordarios et i senium et xxx agros nemoris et xii agros prati 
et cc agros pascute. Hsbc ualet xv solidos et quando episcopus 
lecepit ualebat xx solidos. — Exon. D. (128) 119. 

The bishop has a manor called Gretedona, which Alcerl held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one viigate and a half. This can be ploughed by eight 
ploughs. Drc^o holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo has half 
a viigate in demesne, and the villeins have one viigate and two 
ploughs. There Drogo has six villeins, and three bordars, and one 
serf^ and thirty acres of wood, and twelve acres of meadow, and 
two hundred acres of pasture. This [manor] is worth fifteen shillings, 
and when the bishop received it, it was worth twenty shillings. 



TUB DEVONSHIRS D0ME8DAT — ^EXCHEQUER. 167 



Staveford tenebat Edricus tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro dimidia virgata terrae. Terra est ii carucis. 
Ibi sunt ii uillani et vi acrse prati et 1 acrae pasturx. Olim 
et modo v solidos. — Exch. D, 102 (4) ; 6b. 



Staveford was held by Edric in the time of king Edward, and it 
paid geld for half a virgate of land. There is4and for two ploughs. 
There are two villeins, and six acres of meadow, and fifty acres of 
pasture. Formerly it was, and now it is, worth five shillings. 



Gretedone tenebat Alcerl tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro una virgata terras et dimidia. Terra est viii 
carucis. Ibi vi uillani et iii bordarii cum i seruo habent ii 
carucas. Ibi xii acrae prati et cc acrae pasturae et xxx acrae 
siluas. Olim xx solidos modo ualet xv solidos. — Exch. Z>. 
102 (4); 6b. 



Gretedone was held by Alcerl in the time of king Edward, and 
it paid geld for one virgate of land and a half. There is land for 
eight ploughs. There six villeins and three bordars with one serf 
have two ploughs. There are twelve acres of meadow, and two 
hundred acres of pasture, and thirty acres of wood. Formerly 
it was worth twenty 'shillings, now it is worth fifteen shillings. 



168 THE DEVONSHIBB DOMESDAY— EXETER. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae nocatnr Wenneham 
quam teouit Doda ea die qua rex Eduuardus fait uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida et dimidia et i ferdino 
et dimidio. Has possunt arare viii carrucae. Has tenet Drogo 
de episcopo. . lode babet Drogo in dominio dimidiam hidam 
et i ferdinum et dimidium et i carrucam et uillani i hidam et i 
camicam. Ibi habet Drogo vii uillanos et ii seruos et xi 
porcos et xx ones et xii capras et xx agros nemoris et ii agroa 
prati et c agros pascuse. Et ualet per annum xx solidos et 
quando episcopus recepit ualebat xx solidos. — Exon. D. (128) 
119. 

The bishop has a manor called Wenneham, which Doda held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one hide and a half, and one ferling and a half. These can 
be ploughed by eight ploughs. Drogo holds these of the bishop. 
Of them Drogo has in demesne half a hide and one ferling 
and a half, and one plough, and the villeins have one hide and 
one plough. There Drogo has seven villeins, and two serfs, and 
eleven swine, and twenty sheep, and twelve goats, and twenty acres 
of wood, and one hundred acres of pasture. And it is worth 
yearly twenty shillings ; and when the bishop received it, it was 
worth twenty shillings. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quse uocatur Hela quam 
tenuit Edwi ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus 
et reddidit gildum pro dimidia uirga. Hanc possunt arare iii 
carrucse. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde habet Drogo 
i ferlinum et i carrucam in dominio et villanus i ferlinum et ii 
boues in carrucam. Ibi habet Drogo i uillanum et i bordarium 
et i seruum et v animalia et vii porcos et xx cues et x capras 
et XX agros nemoris et xxx agros pascuse. Hsbc ualet x 
solidos et quando episcopus recepit ucdebat v solidos. — Hooan. 
D. (128) 119. 

The bishop has a manor called Hela, which Edwi held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a virgate. This can be ploughed by three ploughs. 
Drogo holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo has one ferling 
and one plough in demesne, and a villein has one ferling and 
two oxen towards [the making up of] one plough. There Drogo 
has one villein, and one bordar, and one serf, and five head of 
cattle, and seven swine, and twenty sheep, and ten goats, and 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT — SXOHEQUEB. 169 

88l(ttiif||Atlt« 

Wenneham tenebat Dodo tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro una hida et dimidia et uno ferling et dimidio. 
Terra est viii carucis. In dominio est i caruca et ii semi et 
vii uillani cum i caruca. Ibi ii acrae prati et c acrae pasturae 
et XX acrae siluae. Olim et mode ualet xx solidos. — Exch. 
D. I02 (4) ; 6b. 



Wenneham was held by Dodo in the time of king Edward, and it 
paid geld for one hide and a half and one ferling and a half There 
is land for eight ploughs. In demesne are one plough and two 
serfs, and there are seven villeins with one plough. There are two 
acres of meadow, and one hundred acres of pasture, and twenty 
acres of wood. Formerly it was, and now it is, worth twenty 
shillings. 



Hela tenebat Eduui tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat 
pro dimidia virgata terrae. Terra est iii carucis. In 
dominio est i caruca cum i seruo et i uillano et i bordario. 
Ibi xxx acrae pasturae et xx acrae siluae. Olim v solidos. 
Modo ualet x solidos. — Exch, D, 102 (4) ; 6b. 



Hela was held by Edwi in the time of king Edward, and it paid 
geld for half a virgate of land. There is land for three ploughs* 
In demesne is one plough, with one serf, and one villein, and one 
bordar. There are thirty acres of pasture, and twenty acres of 
wood. Formerly it was worth five shillings ; now it is worth ten 
shillings. 



170 . THE DEVONSHIRE DOMISDAT— EXETER. 

twenty acres of wood, and thirty acres of pasture. This [martor] 
is worth ten shillings; and when the biediop received it, it was 
worth five shillings. 

Brat 

Episcopus habet i mansionem qu» uocatur Brai quam 
tenoit Ailuuaidus ea die qua rex Eduuaidus fuit uiuas et 
mortuuB et reddidit gildum pro dimidia uirga. Hanc possunt 
arare iiii carrucae. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde 
habet Drogo i ferlinum et i carracam in dominio et villani i 
ferlinum et i carrucam. Ibi habet Drogo viii villanos et i 
ortum in Bamestapla qui reddit iiii denarios et iii animalia et 
iiii poroos et xxiii ones et xx capras et xxx agros nemoris et 
V agios prati et xxx agros pascuae. Hsec ualet xx solidos et 
quando episcopus recepit ualebat x solidos. — Exon, D, (128) 
119. 

The bishop has a manor called Brai, which Ailward held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a virgate. This can be ploughed by four ploughs. 
Drogo holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo has one ferling 
and one plough in demesne, and the villeins have one ferling and 
one plough. There Drogo has eight villeins, and one garden in 
Bamestapla which renders four pence, and three head of cattle, and 
four swine, and twenty-three sheep, and twenty goats, and thirty 
acres of wood, and five acres of meaidow, and thirty acres of pasture. 
This [Traa^tor] is worth twenty shillings; and when the bishop 
received it, it was worth ten shillings. 

Jiorcota. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Norcota quam 
tenuit Vifus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus 
et reddidit gildum pro ii ferlinis et dimidio. Has possunt 
arare iiii cairucae. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde 
habet Drogo i ferlinum et quartam partem unius ferlini et i 
carrucam in dominio et villani habent aliam terram. Ibi 
habet Drogo ii uillanos et i seruum et vii animalia et x porcos 
et xi cues et xii agros nemoris et iii agros prati et c agros 
pascuffi. Hsec ualet xv solidos et quando episcopus recepit 
ualebat v solidos.— jB'axm. J9. (1286) 119. 

The bishop has a manor called Norcota, which Ulf held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it ren- 
dered geld for two forlings and a half. These can be ploughed 
by four plough& Drogo holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo 



THE DEVOMBHIBB DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUEB. 171 



Brai tenebat Aluuard tempore regis Elduuardi et geldabat 
pro dimidia virgata terrae. Terra est iiii carucis. In do- 
minio est i caruca et viii uillani cum i caruca. Ibi v acrae 
prati et xxx acrae pasturae et tantundem siluae. In Barne- 
staple unus ortus reddens iiii denarios. Olim x solidos. 
Modo ualet xx solidos. — Exch, D. 102 (4) ; 6b, 



Brai was held by Alward in the time of king Edward, and it paid 
geld for half a virgate of land. There is land for four ploughs. 
In demesne is one plough, and there are eight villeins with one 
plough. There are five acres of meadow, and thirty acres of 
pasture, and as much of wood. In Bamestaple there is one garden 
rendering four pence. Formerly it \the manor] was worth ten 
shillings ; now it is worth twenty shillings. 



Jlorrotf« 

Norcote tenebat Vlf tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat 
pro ii ferlings et dimidio. Terra est iiii carucis. In dominio 
est i caruca cum i seruo et ii uillanis. Ibi iii acrae prati et 
c acrae pasturae et xii acrae siluae. Olim v solidos. Modo 
XV solidos. — £xcA, D. 102 (4) ; 66, 



Norcote was held by Ulf in the time of king Edward, and it paid 
geld for two ferlings and a half. There is land for four ploughs. 
In demesne is one plough, with one serf and two villeins. There 
are three acres of meadow, and one hundred acres of pasture, and 



172 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT — EXETER. 

has one ferling and a fourth part of one ferling and one plough in 
demesne, and the villeins have the other landL There Drogo has 
two villeinSy and one serf, and seven head of cattle, and ten swine, 
and eleven sheep, and twelve acres of wood, and three acres of 
meadow, and one hundred acres of pasture. This [manor] is worth 
iif teen shillings ; and when the hishop received it, it was worth five 
shillings. 

VreVttfoa* 

Episcopus habet i mansionem qu» aocatur Breduica quam 
tenuit Ailmarus ea die qua rex Eduuardus tuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt ai'are 
iii carrucae. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde habet 
Drogo dimidiam uirgam et i carrucam in dominie et villani 
dimidiam uirgam et i carrucam. Ibi habet Drogo v uillanos 
et V bordarios et xiii animalia et xv porcos et 1 ones et xiii 
capras et iii agros prati et Ix agros pascuae. Hsbc ualet xx 
Bolidos et quando episcopus recepit ualebat x solidos. — JExatk 
D. (1286) 119. 

The bishop has a manor called Breduica, which Ailmar held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate. This can be ploughed by three plougha 
Drogo holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo has half a virgate 
and one plough in demesne, and the villeins have half a virgate 
and one plough. There Drogo has five villeins, and five bordais, 
and thirteen head of cattle, and fifteen swine, and fifty sheep, and 
thirteen goats, and three acres of meadow, and sixty acres of 
pasture. This [7?ianor] is worth twenty shillings ; and when the 
bishop received it, it was worth ten shillings. 

ffrraVenfioIt 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quse uocatur Trendesholt 
quam tenuit Bricsius ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt 
arare v carrucse. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde habet 
Drogo ii uirgas et dimidiam carrucam in dominio et villani 
ii uirgas et dimidiam carrucam. Ibi habet Drogo iiii villanos . 
et iiii bordarios et i seruum et x porcos et xv ones et xxii 
capras et 1 agros nemoris et Ix agros pascuse. Hsec ualet x 
solidos et quando episcopus recepit ualebat tantimdem. — 
£xon. D, (1286) 120. 

The bishop has a manor called Trendesholt, which Bricsi held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT — EXCHEQUEB. 173 

twelve acres of wood. Formerly it was worth five shillings ; now 
it is worth fifteen shillings. 



Bredviche tenebat Ailmar tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro una virgata terrae. Terra est iii carucis. In 
dominio est i caruca et v uillani et v bordarii habent i caru- 
cam. Ibi iii acrae prati et Ix acrae pasturae. Olim x solidos. 
Mode ualet xx solidos. — Exch, D, 102 (4) ; 6b. 



Bredviche was held by Ailmar in the time of king Edward, and it 
paid geld for one virgate of land. There is land for three ploughs. 
In demesne there is one plough, and five villeins and five bordars 
have one plough. There are three acres of meadow, and sixty 
acres of pasture. Formerly it was worth ten shillings ; now it is 
worth twenty shillings. 



Trendesholt tenebat Brixi tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro dimidia hida. Terra est v carucis. Ibi est i 
caruca cum i seruo et iiii uillanis et iii bordariis. Ibi Ix 
acrae pasturae et 1 acrae siluae. Olim et modo ualet x solidos. 
— Exch. D. 102 (4); 6b. 



Trendesholt was held by Brixi in the time of king Edward, and 
it paid geld for half a hide. There is land for five ploughs. There 



174 THB DEVONSHIRB DOMESDAT— EXETER. 

lendered geld for half a hide. This can he ploughed hy five 
ploughs. Drogo holds this of the hishop. Of it Drogo has two 
viigates and hidf a plough in demesne, and the villeins have two 
viigates and half a plough. There Drogo has four villeins, and 
four hoidarSy and one serf, and ten swine, and fifteen sheep, and 
twenty-two goats, and fifty acres of wood, and sixty acres of pas- 
ture. This [TTsanor] is worth ten shillings, and when the hishop 
received it, it was worth as much. 



Episcopos habet i mansionem quae uocatur Norcota quam 
tenuit Ailmarus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Ebinc possunt 
arare vi carrucse. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde habet' 
Drogo i uirgam et i carrucam in dominio et villani i uirgam 
et ii carrucas et dimidiam. Ibi habet Drogo y uillanos et ix 
bordarios et iii seruos et viii animalia et vii porcos et xl ones 
et xvii capras et iiii agros nemoris et iiii agros prati et xl 
agros pascude. Hsec ualet xxv solidos et quando episcopus 
recepit ualebat x solidos. — Exon. D. (129) 120. 

The bishop has a manor called Norcota, which Ailmar held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide. This can be ploughed by six ploughs. Drogo 
holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo has one virgate and one 
plough in demesne, and the villeins have one virgate and two ploughs 
and a half There Drogo has five villeins, and nine bordars, and 
three serfs, and eight head of cattle, and seven swine, and forty 
sheep, and seventeen goats, and four acres of wood, and four acres 
of meadow, and forty acres of pasture. This [maTzor] is worth 
twenty-five shillings, and when the bishop received it^ it was worth 
ten shillings. 

SSIalettrtia. 

Episcopos habet i mansionem quae uocatur Waleurda quam 
tenuit Leugarus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuuB et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare iii 
carrucae. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde habet Drogo 
ii ferlinos in dominio et vUlani ii ferlinos et i carrucam. Ibi 
habet Drogo ii uillanos et ii bordarios et xiii porcos et Ix agros 
pascuse. Hec ualet v solidos et quando episcopus recepit 
iialebat tantundem. — Exon. 1). (129) 120. 

The bishop has a manor called Waleurda, which Leugar held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 



THE DEVONSHIBE DOMBSDAT — EXCHEQUEK. 175 

is one plough, with one serf, and four villeins, and three bordars. 
There are sixty acres of pasture and fifty acres of wood. Formerly 
it was, and now it is, worth ten shillings. 



Norcote tenebat Ailmar tempore regis Eduuardi et gelda- 
bat pro dimidia hida. Terra est vi carucis. In dominio 
est i caruca et iii serui et v uillani et ix bordarii cum ii 
carucis et dimidia. Ibi iiii acrae prati et xl acrae pasturae et 
iiii acrae siluae. Olim x solidos. Modo ualet xxv solidos. 
— Exch. D, 102 (4); 6b, 



Norcote was held by Ailmar in the time of king Edward, and 
it paid geld for half a hide. There is land for six ploughs. In 
demesne are one plough, and three serfs, and five villeins, and 
nine bordars, with two ploughs and a half. There are four acres 
of meadow, and forty acres of pasture, and four acres of wood. 
Formerly it was worth ten shillings ; now it is worth twenty-five 
shillings. 



SiSlalebtlif. 

Walevrde tenebat Leu^ar tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro una virgata terrae. Terra est iii carucis. Ibi 
ii uillani et ii bordarii habent i carucam. Ibi Ix acrae pas- 
turae. Olim et modo ualet vi solidos. — Exch, D, 102 (4); 6b. 



Walevrde was held by Leuegar in the time of king Edward, and it 
paid geld for one virgate of land. There is land for three ploughs. 



176 THE DEYONSHIBE DOMESDAY— EXETER. 

rendered geld for one virgate. This can be ploughed by three ploughs. 
Drogo holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo has two ferlings in 
demesne, and the villeins have two ferlings and one plough. There 
Drogo has two villeins, and two bordars, and thirteen swine, and 
sixty acres of pasture. This [manor] is worth six shillings, and 
when the bishop received it, it was worth as much. 



SZnarroma. 

Episcopus babet i mansionem quae uocatur Warcoma quam 
tenuit Bristricus ea die qua rex Eduoardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc tenet Drogo de 
episcopo. Inde habet Drogo dimidiam uirgam et i camicam 
in dominio et villani dimidiam uirgam et i carrucam. Ibi 
habet Drogo iiii villanos et i bordarium et i seruum et xl ones 
et iiii agros prati et 1 agros pascuse. Hsec ualet x solidos et 
quando episcopus recepit ualebat v solidos. — Exon. D, (129) 
120. 

The bishop has a manor called Warcoma, which Bristric held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate. Drogo holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo 
has half a virgate and one plough in demesne, and the villeins 
have half a virgate and one plough. There Drogo has four vil- 
leins, and one bordar, and one serf, and forty sheep, and four acres 
of meadow, and fifty acres of pasture. This [maTtor] is worth ten 
shillings, and when the bishop received it, it was worth five 
shillings. 

iOfQeltono* 

Episcopus habet i mansionem que uocatur Mideltona quam 
tenuit Edmerus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia uirga. Hanc possuut 
arare iiii carrucae. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde 
habet Drogo i ferlinum et i carrucam in dominio et villani i 
ferlinum et i carrucam. Ibi habet Drogo ii villanos et xv 
porcos et iii agros nemoris et vi agros prati et xxx agros pas- 
cuae. Haec ualet xii solidos et quando episcopus recepit 
ualebat viii solidos.— jEwm. D. (129J 120. 

The bishop has a manor called Mideltona, which Edmer held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a virgate. This can be ploughed by four ploughs. 
Drogo holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo has one ferling and 
one plough in demesne, and the villeins have one ferling and 
one plough There Drogo has two villeins, and fifteen swine, and 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDA.Y — EXCHEQUER. 177 

There two villeins and two bordars have one plough. There are 
sixty acres of pasture. Formerly it was, and now it is, worth six 
shillings. 



Warcome tenebat Brictric tempore regis Eduuardi at 
geldabat pro una virgata terrae. Terra est ii carucis quae 
ibi sunt cum i seruo et iiii uillanis et i bordario. Ibi iiii 
acrae prati et 1 acrae pasturae. Olim v solidos. Modo ualet 
X solidos. — ExcK D. 102 (4) ; 6b. 



Warcome was held by Brictric in the time of king Edward, and 
it paid geld for one virgate of land. There is land for two ploughs, 
which are there, with one serf and four villeins and one bordar. 
There are four acres of meadow and fifty acres of pasture. For- 
merly it was worth five shillings ; now it is worth ten shillings. 



lafBBeltone. 

Middeltone tenebat Edmer tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro dimidia virgata terrae. Terra est iiii carucis. 
In dominio est i caruca et ii uillani habent aliam. Ibi vi 
acrae prati et xxx acrae pasturae et iii acrae siluae. Olim viii 
solidos. Modo ualet xii solidos. — Exch. D. 102 (4) ; 6b. 



Middeltone was held by Edmer in the time of king Edward, 
and it paid geld for half a virgate of land. There is land for four 

E loughs. In demesne is one plough, and two villeins have another 
plough\ There are six acres of meadow, and thirty acres of 
pasture, and three acres of wood. Formerly it was worth eight 
shillings ; now it is worth twelve shillings. 

N 



178 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

thtee acres of wood, and six acies of meadow, and ihiitj acres of 
pasture. This [manor] is worth twelve shillings, and when the 
bishop received it, it was worth eight shillings. 

entotuuu 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Estotleia quam 
tennit Bristuoldus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia uirga. Hanc possunt 
urare iii carrucse. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. lode 
habet Drogo i ferlinum et i carrucam in dominio et uillanus 
i ferlinum et i carrucam. Ibi habet Drogo i uillanum et i 
senium et v animalia et y porcos et xx ones et xvi capras et 
XXX agros nemoris et i agrum prati et xx agros pascuse. Hsec 
ualet X solidos et quando episcopus recepit ualebat v solidos» 
—Hxan. R (1296) 120. 

The bishop has a manor called Estotleia, which Bristuold held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for half a virgate. This can be ploughed by three 
ploughs. Drogo holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo has one 
ferling and one plough in demesne, and a villein has one ferling and 
one plough. There Drogo has one villein, and one serf, and five 
head of cattle, and five swine, and twenty sheep, and sixteen goats, 
and thirty acres of wood, and one acre of meadow, and twenty 
acres of pasture. This [manor] is worth ten shillings, and when the 
bishop received it, it was worth five shillings. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Bochelanda 
quam tenuit Vlmerus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia uirga. Hanc possunt 
arare ii carrucse. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde habet 
Drogo i ferlinum et i carrucam in dominio et in alio ferlino 
manet quidam seruus. Ibi habet Drogo iiii animalia et vi 
oues et vi agros nemoris et xii agros pascuse. Hsec ualet y 
solidos et quando episcopus recepit ualebat iii soUdos. — Exon. 
D. (1296) 120. 

The bishop has a manor called Bochelanda, which XJlmer held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a virgate. This can be ploughed by two ploughs. 
l)rogo holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo has one ferling and 
one plough in demesne, and in the other ferling a certain serf abides. 
There Drogo has four head of cattle, and six sheep, and six acres 
of wood, and six acres of meadow, and twelve acres of pasture. 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 17& 



SbtMUU 

Stodlei tenebat Brictuoldus tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro dimidia virgata terras. Terra est iii carucis. 
In dominio est i caruca cum i senio et i uillano et i caruca. 
Ibi i acra prati et xx acrae pasturae et xxx acrae siluae. Oiinf 
V solidos. Modo ualet x solidos. — ExcA, D. 102 (4) ; 6d. 



Stodlei was held by Brictuold in the time of king Edward, and it 
paid geld for half a virgate of land. There is land for three ploughs. 
In demesne is one plough with one serf, and one villein and one 
plough. There is one acre of meadow, and there are twenty acres 
of pjasture, and thirty acres of wood. Formerly it was worth five 
shillings ; now it is worth ten shillings. 



Bocheland tenebat Vlmer tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro dimidia virgata terrae. Terra est ii carucis. 
Ibi est i caruca cum i uillano et ii semis. Ibi vi acrae prati 
et vi acrae siluae et xii acrae pasturas. Olim iii solidos. Modo 
ualet v solidos. — ExcA, D. 102 (4) ; 6b. 



Bocheland was held by Ulmer in the time of king Edward, and it 
paid geld for half a virgate of land. There is land for two ploughs. 
There is one plough, with one villein and two serfs. There are 
six acres of meadow, and six acres of wood, and twelve acres of 
pasture. Formerly it was worth three shiUings ; now it is worth 
five shillings. 

N 2 



180 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDA.T — EXETER. 

This [TTiaTior] is worth fiTe shillings; and when the bishop received 
it) it was worth three shillings. 

BortelanBa. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Bochelanda 
quam tenuit Vlfus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i ferlino. Hunc [sic] possunt 
arare ii carrucse. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde habet 
Orogo dimidium ferlinum in dominie et vilianus dimidium 
ferlinum et i carrucam. Ibi habet Drogo i uillanum et ii 
seruos et iii agros prati et iii agros pascuse. £t ualet v 
solidos et quando episcopus recepit ualebat iii solidos. — 
Exan. D. (1296) 121. 

The bishop has a manor called Bochelanda, which Ulf held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one ferling. This [/erling] can be ploughed by two ploughs. 
Drogo holds this [munor] of the bishop. Of it Drogo has half a 
ferling in demesne, and a villein has half a ferling and one plough. 
There Drogo has one villein, and two serfs, and three acres of 
meadow, and three acres of pasture. And it is worth five shillings ; 
and when the bishop received it, it was worth three shillings. 

Btemnrtge. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem qusB uocatur Bremerige, 
quam tenuit Edmerus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt 
arare vi carrucse. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde 
habet Drogo i uirgam et ii carrucas in dominio et villani i 
uirgam et i carrucam. Ibi habet Drogo iii uillanos et iii 
bordarios et i seruum et v animalia et x porcos et Ix ones et 
xxii capras et xv agros nemoris et xxx agros pascuse. Hsec 
ualet XX solidos et quando episcopus recepit ualebat x solidos. 
—£xon, D. (1296) 121. 

The bishop has a manor called Bremerige, which Edmer held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for half a hide. This can be ploughed by six 
ploughs. Drogo holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo has one 
virgate and two ploughs in demesne, and the villeins have one 
virgate and one plough. There Drogo has three villeins, and three 
bordars, and one serf, and five head of cattle, and ten swine, and 
sixty sheep, and twenty-two goats, and fifteen acres of wood, and 
thirty acres of pasture. This [yna/jor] is worth twenty shillings ; 
and when the bishop received it^ it was worth ten shillings. 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER, 181 



Bocheland tenebat Vlf tempore regis Eduuardi et gelda- 
bat pro uno ferling terrae. Terra est ii carucis. Ibi est i 
caruca cum i uillano et ii seruis et iii acrae prati et iii acrae 
pasturae. Valet v solidos. — Exch. D, 102 (4) ; 6b. 



Bocheland was held by Ulf in the time of king Edward, and it 
paid geld for one ferling of land. There is land for two ploughs. 
There is one plough, with one villein and two serfs, and there 
are three acres of meadow, and three acres of pasture. It is 
worth five shillings. 



Brnnerige. 

Bremerige tenebat Edmer tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro dimidia hida. Terra est vi carucis. In 
dominio sunt ii carucae cum i seruo et iii uillani et iii bor- 
darii cum i caruca. Ibi xv acrae silvae et xxx acrae pasturae. 
Olim X solidos. Modo xx solidos. — Exch. D. 102 (4) ; 6b. 



Bremerige was held by Edmer in the time of king Edward, and 
it paid geld for half^a hide. There is land for six ploughs. In 
demesne are two ploughs with one serf, and there are three villeins 
and three bordars with one plough. There are fifteen acres of 
wood, and thirty acres of pasture. Formerly it was worth ten 
shillings ; now it is worth twenty shillings. 



182 THE DXVONSHIBE DOHESDAT — EXfiXKB. 

flUra. 

Epiacopus habet i mansionem qase uocatur Alia quam 
tenoit Edmeros ea die qaa rex Eduaaidus fait iiiuas et mor- 
tans et reddidit gildum pro dimidia iiiiga. Hanc possunt 
arare ii carrucae. Hanc tenet Drogo de episoopo. Inde habet 
Drogo i ferlinum et i camicam in dominio et villanus i ferli- 
nam. Ibi habet Drogo i uillanum et i senium et vi agros 
prati et xii agros pascuse. Hsec ualet x solidos et quando 
episcopns recepit nalebat v solidos. — Exon. D. (130) 121. 

The bishop has a manor called Alra» which Edmer held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a viigata This can be ploughed by two ploughs. 
Drogo holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo has one ferling and 
one plough in demesne, and a villein has one ferling. There Drogo 
has one villein, and one serf, and six acres of meadow, and twelve 
acres of pasture. This [manor] is worth ten shillings, and when the 
bishop received it, it was worth five shillings. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Pleiestou quam 
teuuit Bristuoldns ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare 
iiii carrucse. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde habet 
Drogo dimidiam uiigam et i carrucam in dominio et villani 
dimidiam uirgam et ii camioas. Inde habet Drogo v uillanos 
et iii bordarios et ii seruos et viii animalia et iii porcos et 
xlviii ones et x capras et vi agros prati et xxx agros pascuse. 
Hsec ualet xx solidos et quando episcopus rocepit ualebat x 
soMos.— iEr(W. D. (130) 121. 

The bishop has a manor called Pleiestou, which Bristuold held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it ren- 
dered geld for one viigata This can be ploughed by four ploughs. 
Drogo holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo has half a virgate 
and one plough in demesne, and the villeins have half a virgate 
and two ploughs. There Drogo has five villeins, and. three boidars, 
and two serfs, and eight head of cattle, and three swine, and forty- 
eight sheep, and ten goats, and six acres of meadow, and thirty 
acres of pasture. This [nuMor] is worth twenty shillings, and 
when the bishop received it, it was worth ten shillings. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Falleia quam 
tenuit Bristuoldus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 183 

sure* 

Aire tenebat Edmer tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat 
pro dimidia virgata terrae. Terra est ii carucis. In dominio 
est i caruca cum i seruo et i uillano. Ibi vi acrae prati et 
xii acr£ pasturae. Olim v solidos. Modo ualet x salidos. 
— Exclu D. 102 (4) ; 6b, 



Aire was held by Edmer in the time of king Edward, and it paid 
geld for half a virgate of land. There is land for two ploughs. In 
demesne is one plough, with one serf and one villein. There are 
six acres of meadow, and twelve acres of pasture. Formerly it 
was worth five shillings ; now it is worth ten shillings. 



yiefotob. 

Pleistov tenebat Brictuold tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro una virgata terrae. Terra est iiii carucis. In 
dominio est i caruca et ii serui et v uillani et iii bordarii 
cum ii carucis. Ibi vi acrac prati et xxx acrac pasturae. 
Olim X solidos. Modo xx solidos. — Exch, D. 102 (4) ; 6 b, 



Pleistov was held by Brictuold in the time of king Edward, and it 
paid geld for one virgate of land. There is land for four ploughs. 
In demesne is one plough, and there are two serfs, and five 
villeins, and three bordars, with two ploughs. There are six 
acres of meadow, and thirty acres of pasture. Formerly it was 
worth ten shillings, now it is worth twenty shillings. 



^fallei. 

Fallei tenebat Brictuold tempore regis Eduuardi et gelda- 
bat pro uno ferling terrae. Terra est ii carucis. In dominio 



184 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i ferlino. Hunc possunt arare 
ii carrucae. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde habet 
Drogo dimidium ferlinum et i carrucam in dominio et villanus 
dimidium ferlinum et dimidiam carrucam. Ibi habet Drogo 
i uillanum et ii bordarios et i seruum et iii animalia et iiii 
porcos et vi ones et x capras et iiii agros nemoris et vi agros 
prati. Haec ualet vi solidos et quando episcopus recepit 
ualebat tantundem. — Exon. D, (130) 121. 

The bishop has a manor called Falleia, which Bristuold held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one ferling. This [ferling] can be ploughed by two 
ploughs. This [warwjr] Drogo holds of the bishop Of it Drogo 
has half a ferling and one plough in demesne, and a villein has 
half a ferling, and half a plough. There Drogo has one villein, 
and two bordars, and one serf, and three head of cattle, and four 
swine, and six sheep, and ten goats, and four acres of wood, and 
six acres of meadow. This [manor] is worth six shillings, and 
when the bishop received it, it was worth as much. 



ISeBenBotta. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quse uocatur Bedendona 
quam tenuit Ailmerus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc 
possunt arare vi carrucae. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. 
Inde habet Drogo i uirgam et i carrucam et dimidiam in 
dominio et villani i uirgam et ii carrucas. Ibi habet Drogo 
iiii villanos et iii bordarios et iii seruos et vi animalia et iii 
porcos et cxxxv ones et xlviii capras et i agrum nemoris et v 
agros prati et Ix agros pascuae. Haec valet xxv solidos et 
quando episcopus recepit ualebat xv solidos. — Eocon, D. (1306) 
i 121. 

The bishop has a manor called Bedendona, which Ailmer held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it ren- 
dered geld for half a hide. This can be ploughed by six ploughs. 
Drogo holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo has one virgate and 
one plough in demesfne, and the villeins have one virgate and 
two ploughs. There Drogo has four villeins, and three bordars, 
and three serfs, and six head of cattle, and three swine, and one 
hundred and thirty-five sheep, and forty-eight goats, and one acre 
of wood, and ^vq acres of meadow, and sixty acres of pasture. 
This [waTior] is worth twenty-five shillings ; and when the bishop 
received it, it was worth fifteen shillings. 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 183 

est i caruca cum i seruo et i uillano et ii bordariis cum 
dimidia caruca. Ibi vi acrae prati et iiii acrae siluae. Olim 
et modo ualet v solidos. — Exch, D. 102 (4) ; 6^. 



Fallei was held by Brictuold in the time of king Edward, and it 
paid geld for one ferling of land. There is land for two ploughs. 
In demesne is one plough, with one serf, and one villein, and two 
bordars, with half a plough. There are six acres of meadow and 
four acres of wood. Formerly it was, and now it is, worth five 
shillings. 



Bedendone tenebat Ailmer tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro dimidia hida. Terra est vi carucis. In 
dominio est i caruca et dimidia et iii serui et iiii uillani et 
iii bordarii cum ii carucis. Ibi v acrae prati et Ix acrae 
pasturae et una acra siluae. Olim xv solidos. Modo ualet 
XXV soh'dos. — Exch, D, 103 (i); ya. 



Bedendone was held by Ailmer in the time of king Edward, 
and it paid geld for half a hide. There is land for six ploughs. In 
demesne are one plough and a half, and there are three serfs, and 
four villeins, and three bordars, with two ploughs. There are five 
acres of meadow, and sixty acres of pasture, and one acre of 
wood. Formerly it was worth fifteen shillings, now it is worth 
twenty-five shillings. 



186 THK DEVONSmBE D0M£8DAY — ^EXETEIU 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur MoUanda quam 
tenuit Vlwena ea die qua rex Edauardos fuit uiuus et mortuus 
et reddidit gildum pro dimidia bida. Hanc possunt arare iiii 
carrucaB. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde habet Drogo 
i uiigam et i carrucam in dominio et villani i uirgam et i 
camicam. Ibi habet Drogo iii uillanos et iiii bordanos et ii 
seruos et viii animalia et x porcos et xl ones et xxx agros 
nemorifl et i agrum et dimidium pratL Hsec ualet xxv 
solidos et quando epiaoopus recepit ualebat tantundem.-^ 
JBxan, n. (1306) 121. 

The bishop has a manor called Mollanda, which Ulwena held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for half a hide. TMs can be ploughed by four 
ploughs. Drogo holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo has one 
virgate and one plough in demesne, and the villeins have one viigate 
and one plough. There Drogo has three villeins, and four bordars, 
and two serfs, and eight head of cattle, and ten swine, and forty 
sheep, and thirty acres of wood, and one acre and a half of meadow. 
This [manor] is worth twenty-five shillings ; and when the bishop 
received it, it was worth as much. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Anestiga quam 
tenuit Algarus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus 
et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida i ferlino minus. Hanc 
possunt arare iii carrucae. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. 
Inde habet Drogo ii ferlinos et dimidium et ii carrucas in 
dominio et villani iii ferlinos et dimidium et i carrucam. 
Ibi habet Drogo iii uillanos et vi seruos et vi animalia et iiii 
porcos et xxx ones et xvi capras et xx agros nemoris et i 
agrum prati et i leugam pascuae in longitudine et dimidiam 
in latitudine. HaBC ualet xx solidos et quando episcopus 
lecepit ualebat xv solidos. — Exon. D. (1306) 122. 

The bishop has a mjmor called Anestiga, which Algar held on 
the day on which king Edwaid was alive and dead, and it ren- 
dered geld for half a Inde less one ferling. This can be ploughed 
by three ploughs. Drogo holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo 
has two ferlings and a half and two ploughs in demesne, and the 
villeins have three ferlings and a half and one plough. There Drogo 
has three villeins, and six serfs, and six head of cattle, and four 
swine, and thirty sheep, and sixteen goats, and twenty acres of 



THE DEYOKSHIBK DOMESDAY— BXCHEQUKB. 187 

Mollande tenebat Vluuene tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro dimidia hida. Terra est iiii carucis. In 
dominio est i caruca et ii semi et iii uillani et iiii bordarii 
cum i caruca. Ibi i acra prati et dimidia et xxx acrae 
siluse, Olim et modo xxv solidos. — Exch. D, 103 (i) ; Ta. 



Mollande was held by Ulwene in the time of king Edward, and 
it paid geld for half a hide. There is land for four ploughs. In 
demesne is one plough, and there are two serfs, and three villeins, 
and four bordars, with one plough. There are one acre and a half 
of meadow, and thirty acres of wood. Formerly it was, and now 
it is, worth twenty-five shillings. 



ftnenttge* 

Anestige tenebat Algar tempore regis Eduuardi et gelda- 
bat pro dimidia hida uno ferling minus. Terra est iii 
carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et vi serui et iii uillani 
cum i caruca. Ibi i acra prati et xx acrae siluae. Pastura 
i leuca longitudine et dimidia leuca latitudine. Olim xv 
solidos. Modo ualet xx solidos. — ExcIl D. 103 (i) ; 7a. 



Anestige was held by Algar in the time of king Edward, and it 
paid geld for half a hide less one ferling. There is land for three 
ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and six serfs, and three 
villeins, with one plough. There is one acre of meadow, and 
there are twenty acres of wood. Pasture one leuga in length and 
half a leuga in breadth. Formerly it was worth fifteen shillings \ 
now it is worth twenty shillings. 



188 THE DEVONSHIKE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

woody and one acre of meadow, and of pasture one leuga in length 
and half a lenga in breadth. This [manor] is worth twenty shil- 
lings ; and when the bishop received it, it was worth fifteen shillings. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Bochelanda 
quam tenuit Alcerlus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare 
iii carrucse.. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde habet 
Drogo dimidiam uirgam et i carrucam in dominio et villani 
dimidiam uirgam et i carrucam. Ibi Drogo ii bordarios et ii 
seruoB et iiii animalia et xl ones et xv capras et xx agros 
nemoris et xii agros prati et xx agros pascuae. Haec ualet x 
solidos et quando episcopus recepit ualebat xx solidos. — 
Exan. R (131) 122. 

The bishop has a manor called Bochelanda, which Alcerl held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for one virgate. This can be ploughed by three 
ploughs. Drogo holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo has half 
a virgate and one plough in demesne, and the villeins have half 
a virgate and one plough. There Drogo has two bordars, and two 
serfs, and four head of cattle, and forty sheep, and fifteen goats, 
and twenty acres of wood, and twelve acres of meadow, and twenty 
acres of pasture. This [manor] is worth ten shillings ; and when 
the bishop received it^ it was worth twenty shillings. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Bodeleia quam 
tenuit Aluardus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia uirga. Hanc possunt 
arare ii carrucse. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde 
habet Drogo i ferlinum in dominio et villani i ferlinum et i 
carrucam. Ibi habet Drc^o iii uillanos et ii bordarios et vi 
animalia et xii cues et xxiiii capras et x agros nemoris et i 
agrum prati et xxx agros pascuae. Haec ualet vii solidos et vi 
denarios et quando episcopus recepit ualebat x solidos. — 
JExon. D. (131) 122. 

The bishop has a manor called Rodeleia, which Aluard held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for half a virgate. This can be ploughed by two 
ploughs. Drogo holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo has one 
ferling in demesne, and the villeins have one ferling and one plough. 
There Drogo has three villeins, and two bordars, and six head of 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUER. 189 



Bocheland tenebat Alcerl tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro una virgata terrae. Terra est iii carucis. In 
dominio est i caruca et ii serui et ii bordarii cum i caruca. 
Ibi xii acrae prati et xx acrae pasturae et xx acrae siluae. 
Olim XX solidos. Modo ualet x solidos. — ExcA,D,iOi{i); ya. 



Bocheland was held by Alcerl in the time of king Edward, and it 
paid geld for one virgate of land. There is land for three ploughs. 
In demesne is one plough, and there are two serfs, and two 
bordars, with one plough. There are twelve acres of meadow, 
and twenty acres of pasture, and twenty acres of wood. Formerly 
it was worth twenty shillings, now it is worth ten shillings. 



Rodelie tenebat Aluuardus tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro dimidia virgata terras. Terra est ii carucis. 
Ibi iii uillani et ii bordarii cum i caruca. Ibi i acra prati 
et XX acrac pasturac et x acrac siluae. Olim x solidos. 
Modo vii solidos et vi denarios. — ExcA. D, 103 (i) ; jcu 



Rodelie was held by Alward in the time of king Edward, and it 
paid geld for half a virgate of land. There is land for two ploughs. 
There are three villeins, and two bordars, with one plough. There 
is one acre of meadow, and there are twenty acres of pasture, and 
ten acres of wood. Formerly it was worth ten shillings, now it is 
worth seven shillings and sixpence. 



190 THE D1ST0NSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXETER. 

cattle, and twelve sheep, and twenty-four goats, and ten acres of 
wood, and one acre of meadow, and thiity acres of pasture. This 
[manor] is worth seven shillings and sixpence; and when the bishop 
received it, it was worth ten drillings. 

Itagefort* 

Epiflcopns Constantiensis habet i mansionem qtiaB nocator 

Cagefort quam tenuit Dodo ea die qua rex Eduuardns fait 
uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc 
possunt arare vi carrucse. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. 
Inde habet Drogo i uiigam et i camicam in dominio et 
uUlani habent camicam et dimidiam. Ibi habet Drogo viii 
uillanos et v bordarios et iiii seruos et v animalia et xU ones 
et XY agros nemoris et x et viii prati et Ix pascusB. Et ualet 
per annum xxx solidos et quando episcopus eam recepit 
ualebat xx solidos.— JSScon. R (131) 122. 

The bishop of Ck)utances has a manor called Kagefort^ which 
Dodo held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, 
and it rendered geld for one hide. This can be ploughed by six 
ploughs. Drogo holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo has one 
viigate and one plough in demesne, and the villeins have a plough 
and a hal£ There Drogo has eight villeins, and five bordars, and 
four serfs, and five head of cattle, and forty-one sheep, and fifteen 
acres of wood, and eighteen of meadow, and sixty of pasture. And 
it is worth yearly thirty shillings ; and when the bishop received 
it, it was worth twenty shillings. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Taincoma quam 
tenuit Ahricius ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt arare 
iiii carrucse. Modo tenet eam Drogro [sic] de episcopo. Inde 
habet Drogo fertinum et dimidium et i carrucam in dominio 
et uillani habent carrucas i et dimidiam. Ibi habet Drogo vi 
uillanos et ii bordarios et ii seruos et vi animalia et v porcos 
et XX ones et xiiii capras et iiii agros nemoris et iiii agros 
prati et iii leugas pascuae in longitudme et i leugam in latitu- 
dine et ualet per annum xx solidos et quando episcopus 
eam recepit ualebat xv solidos. — JEoson, D. (131) 122. 

The bishop has a manor called Taincoma^ which Alric held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for half a hide. This can be ploughed by four 



THE DSVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— BXCHEQUEE. 101 



Chageford tenebat Dodo tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro i hida. Terra est vi carucis. In dominio 
est i caruca et iiii semi et viii uillani et v bordarii cum i 
caruca et dimidia. Ibi xviii acrac prati et Ix acrac pasturae 
et XV acrse siluae. Olim xx solidos. Modo ualet xxx 
solidos. — Exch. D. 103 (i) ; 7 a. 



Chageford was held by Dodo in the time of king Edward, and 
paid geld for one hide. There is land for six ploughs. In demesne 
is one plough, and there are four serfs, and eight villeins, and five 
bordars, with one plough and a half. There are eighteen acres of 
meadow, and sixty acres of pasture, and fifteen acres of wood. 
Formerly worth twenty shillings, it is now worth thirty shillings. 



Taincome tenebat Alric tempore regis Eduuardi et gelda- 
bat pro dimidia hida. Terra est iiii carucis. In dominio 
est i caruca et ii seny et vi uillani et ii bordarii cum i caruca 
et dimidia. Ibi iiii acrae prati et iiii acrae siluae. Fastura 
iii leucas longitudine et una leuca latitudine. Olim xv 
solidos. Modo ualet xx solidos. — Exck D, 103 (i) ; ja. 



Taincome was held by Alric in the time of king Edward, and 
paid geld for half a hide. There is land for four ploughs. In 
demesne is one plough, and there are two serfs, and six villeins, 



192 THE DEVONSHIRB DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

ploughs Drogo holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo has a fer- 
ling and a half and one plough in demesne, and the villeins have 
one plough and a half. There Drogo has six villeins, and two bor- 
dais, and two serfs, and six head of cattle, and five swine, and 
twenty sheep, and fourteen goats, and four acres of wood, and four 
acres of meadow, and of pasture three leugas in length, and one 
leuga in breadth ; and it is worth yearly twenty shillings, and 
when the bishop received it, it was worth fifteen shillings. 

iSratifotttttta. 

Episcopus habet i .mansionem quae uocatur Branfortuna 
quam tenuit Wlnot ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt arare viii 
carrucae. Modo tenet earn Drogro [sic] de episcopo. Inde habet 
Drogo uirgam et dimidiam in dominio et i carrucam et uillani 
habent v carrucas. Ibi habet Drogo x uillanos et viii bordarios 
et vi seruos et i roncinum et v animalia et xxxii ones et viii 
agros nemoris et Ix agios pascuse. Et ualet per annum Ix solidos 
et quando episcopus accepit tantundem. — Uocan, D, (131&) 123. 

The bishop has a manor called Branfortuna, which Ulnot held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for one hide. This can be ploughed by eight ploughs. 
Drogo now holds this manor of the bishop. Of it Drogo has ong 
virgate and ajj ia lf in^ demesne and one plough, and the villeins have 
five ploughs. There l^rogo has ten villeins, and eight bordars, and 
six serfs, and one pack- hnrsa, and gvfl_ head of cattle,jQj)idJJ3iiiy- 
tw^ oii^p and eight acres of wood, and sixty acres of pasture; 
and it is worth yearly sixty shillings, and it was worth as much 
when the bishop received it 

Keuutui. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Beuuua quam 
tenuit Wlnot ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuut [sic] uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt arare 
V carrucae. Modo tenet eam Drogo de episcopo. Inde habet 
Drogo dimidiam hidam in dominio. Ibi habet Drogo v uillanos 
et iii bordarios et ii seruos et x agros nemoris et vii agros 
prati. Et ualet per annum xx solidos et quando episcopus 
recepit ualebat Ix solidoa — JExon. D, (131b) 123. 

The bishop has a manor called Reuuua, which Ulnot held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it ren- 
dered geld for one hide. This can be ploughed by five ploughs. 
Drogo now holds this manor of the bishop. Of it Drogo has half a 
hide in demesne. There Drogo has five villeins, and three bordaiSy 



TH£ DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 193 

and two bordars, with one plough and a hal£ There are four 
acres of meadow, and four acres of wood. Pasture three leugas 
long and one leuga broad Formerly worth fifteen shillings, it is 
now worth twenty shillings. 



ISranfortbne. 

Branfortvne tenebat Vlnod tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro i hida. Terra est viii carucis. In dominio est 
i caruca et x uillani et viii bordarii et vi serui cum v carucis. 
Ibi Ix acrae pasturae et viii acrae siluae. Olim et modo ualet 
Ix solidos. — ExcA, D, 103 (i) ; ja. 



Branfortvne was held by Ulnod in the time of king Edward, 
and paid geld for one hide. There is land for eight ploughs. In 
demesne is one plough, and there are ten villeins, and eight 
bordars, and six serfs, with five ploughs. There are sixty acres 
of pasture and eight acres of wood. Formerly it was, and now 
it is, worth sixty shillings. 



ilebbe. 

Revve tenebat Vlnod tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat 
pro i hida. Terra est v carucis. Ibi v uillani et iii bordarii 
et ii serui et vii acrae prati et x acrae siluae. Olim Ix solidos. 
Modo ualet xx solidos. — Exch, D. 103 (i) ; 7^. 



Revve was held by Ulnod in the time of king Eldward, and paid 
geld for one hide. There is land for five ploughs. There are five 
villeins, and three bordars, and two serfs, and seven acres of 
meadow, and ten acres of wood. Formerly worth sixty shillings, 
now it is worth twenty shillings. 





194 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXETER. 

and two serfis, and ten acres of wood, and seven acres of meadow ; 
and it is worth yearly twenty shillings, and when the bishop 
received it, it was worth sixty shillings. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Niressa quam 
tenuit Wlnot ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus 
et reddidit gildum pro i hida et i uirga. Hauc possunt arare 
viii carrucae. Modo tenet earn Drogo de episcopo. Inde 
habet Drogo i uirgam in dominio et i carrucam et uillani 
habent vi carrucas. Ibi habet Drogo x uillanos et viii bor- 
darios et vi seruos et i uaccam et iiii porcos et Ix oues et iiii 
agros prati et xii agros pascusB. Et ualet per annum iii libras 
et quando episcopus recepit ualebat Ixx solidos. — Uxon. D. 
(132) 123. 

The bishop has a manor called Niressa, which Ulnot held on 
the day in which king Edward was alive and dead, and it ren- 
dered geld for one hide and one virgate. This can be ploughed by 
eight ploughs. Drogo now holds this manor of the bishop. Of it 
Drogo has one virgate in demesne and one plough, and the villeins 
have six ploughs. There Drogo has ten villeins, and eight bordars, 
and six serfs, and one cow, and four swine, and sixty sheep, and 
four acres of meadow, and twelve acres of pasture. And it is 
worth yearly three pounds; and when the bishop received it, it 
was worth seventy shillings. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Olpessa quam 
tenuit Olnotdus ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare iii 
carmcae. Et Drogo tenet de episcopo. Et Vnfridus de 
Drogone. Inde habet Unfridus in dominio dimidiam uirgam 
et uillani dimidiam uirgam et i carrucam. Ibi habet Vnfridus 
vii uillanos et vii bordarios et iii seruos et iiii animalia et i 
molendinum qui reddit xii solidos et vi agros nemoris et x 
prati et xii pascu^. Et ualet per annum ii libras et quando 
recepit ualebat iii libras. 

Episcopus habet i hidam terrae quam tenuit Olnotdus ea 
die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus et mortuus. Ibique habet 
episcopo \sic\ i uillanum et i molendinum qui reddit xx solidos 
et haec hida ualet xxx solidos per annum. — Exon. D. (132) 123. 

The bishop has a manor called Olpessa, which Olnotd held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it ren- 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUEK. 195 



Niresse tenebat Vlnod tempore regis Eduuardi et gelda- 
bat pro i hida et una virgata terrae. Terra est viii carucis. 
In dominio est i caruca et vi serui et x uillani et viii 
bordarii cum vi carucis. Ibi iiii acrae prati et xii acrae 
pasturae. Olim Ixx solidos. Modo ualet Ix solidos. — 
Exc/i, D. 103 (i) ; ja. 



Niresse was held by Ulnod in the tim« of king Edward, and 
paid geld for one hide and one virgate of land. There is land 
for eight ploughs. In demesne is one plough, and there are six 
serfs, and ten villeins, and eight bordars, with six ploughs. 
There are four acres of meadow, and twelve acres of pasture. 
Formerly worth seventy shillings, it is now worth sixty shillings. 



Vlpesse tenebat Vlnod tempore regis Eduuardi et gelda- 
bat pro una virgata terrae. Terra est iii carucis. In 
dominio est i caruca et iii serui et vii uillani et vii bordarii 
cum i caruca. Ibi molinus reddens xii solidos et x acrae 
prati et xii acrae pasturae et vi acrae siluae. Olim Ix solidos. 
Modo ualet xl solidos. 

Vnam hidam terrae tenebat Vlnod tempore regis Eduuardi. 
Ibi habet episcopus unum uillanum et molinum reddentem 
XX solidos. Totum ualet xxx solidos. — Exch, D, 103 (i) ; ya. 



Vlpesse was held by Ulnod in the time of king Edward, and 
paid geld for one virgate of land. There is land for three ploughs. 

o 2 



196 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETEE. 

dered geld for one viigate. Ibis can be ploughed by three ploughs. 
And Drogo holds it of the bishop. And Unfrid of Drogo. Of it 
Unfrid has in demesne half a virgate, and the villeins have half a 
yirgate and one plough. There Unfrid has seven villeins, and 
seven bordars, and three serfs, and four head of cattle, and one mill 
which renders twelve shillings, and six acres of wood, and ten of 
meadow, and twelve of pasture. And it is worth by the year two 
pounds ; and when he [the bisJiop] received it, it was worth three 
pounds. 

The bishop has a hide of land, which Olnotd held on the day on 
which king Edward was alive and dead. And there the bishop 
has one vUlein, and a mill which renders twenty shillings; and 
this hide is worth thirty shillings yearly. 

CrOitau 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Cridia quam 
tenuit Goda ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus 
et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare ii carrucse. 
Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Ibi habet Drogo iiii uillanos 
et habent dimidiam carrucam. Hsec ualet v solidos et quando 
episcopus recepit xii solidos et vi denarios et hsec pertinet ad 
mansionem quae uocatur Morceta. — Exon. D. {132b) 124 

The bishop has a manor called Cridia, which Goda held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it ren- 
dered geld for one virgate. This can be ploughed by two ploughs. 
Drogo holds this of the bishop. There Drogo has four villeins, and 
they have half a plough. This [manor] is worth five shillings, 
and when the bishop received it, it was worth twelve shillings and 
sixpence. And this appertains to the manor called Morceta. 

Episcopus babet i mansionem quae uocatur Morceta quam 
tenuit Algarus ea die qua fuit rex Eduuardus et mortuus 
et reddidit gildum pro i uirga et i ferdino. Has possunt arare 
iiii carrucae. Et Drogo tenet eam de episcopo. Inde habet 
Drogo in dominio . . . et uillani dimidiam uirgam et i ferti- 
num et i carrucam. Ibi habet Drogo iiii uillanos et iiii bor- 
darios et i senium et xiii animalia et xiii porcos et xl oues et 
xxxvi capras et x agros nemoris et vi agros prati et c agros 
pascuae. Et ualet per annum xii solidos et vi denarios et quando 
episcopus recepit ualebat v solidos. — Exon. D. (132&) 124. 

The bishop has a manor called Morceta, which Algar held on 
the day in which king Edward was [a/tw] and dead, and it 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 197 

In demesne is one plough, and there are three serfs, and seven 
villeins, and seven bordars, with one plough. There is a mill 
rendering twelve shillings, and there are ten acres of meadow, 
and twelve acres of pasture, and six acres of wood. Formerly 
worth sixty shillings, it is now worth forty shillings. 

One hide of land was held by Ulnod in tibe time of king 
Edward There the bishop has one villein, and a mill rendering 
twenty shillings. The whole is worth thirty shillings. 



CrtOto. 

Cridie tenebat Gode tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat 
pro una virgata terrae. Terra est ii carucis. Ibi iiii uillani 
habent dimidiam carucam. Valet v solidos. 

Haec terra pertinet ad Morceth. — Exch, /?. 103 (i) ; 7^. 



Cridie was held by Gode in the time of king Edward, and paid 
geld for one virgate of land. There is land for two ploughs. 
There four villeins have half a plough. It is worth five shillings. 

This land pertains to Morceth. 



Morceth tenebat Algar tempore regis Eduuardi et gelda- 
bat pro una virgata terrae et i ferling. Terra est iiii carucis. 
In dominio est i caruca cum i seruo et iiii uillani et iiii 
bordarii cum i caruca. Ibi vi acrae prati et c acrae pasturac 
et X acrae siluae. Olim v solidos. Modo xii solidos et vi 
denarios. — Exch. D, 103 (i) ; 7a. 



Morceth was held by Algar in the time of king Edward, and 
paid geld for one virgate of land and one ferling. There is land 



198 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

renders geld for one virgate and one ferling. These can be ploughed 
by four ploughs And Drogo holds this of the bishop. Of it 
Drogo has in demesne . . . and the villeins have half a virgate, and 
one ferling, and one plough. There Drogo has four villeins, and four 
bordars, and one serf, and thirteen head of cattle, and thirteen 
swine, and forty sheep, and thirty-six goats, and ten acres of wood, 
and six acres of meadow, and a hundred acres of pasture ; and it 
is worth yearly twelve shillings and sixpence, and when the 
bishop received it, it was worth five shillings. 

Episcopus habet i maDsionem quae uocatur Spreuuea quam 
tenuit Algarus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus. Et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare 
iii carrucse. Modo tenet earn Drogo de episcopo. Inde habet 
Drogo in dominie dimidiam uirgam et ii carrucas et uillani 
dimidiam uirgam et ii boues. Ibi habet Drogo ii uillanos et 
ii bordarios et ii seruos et x animalia et x porcos et xl oues et 
X agros nemoris et iii agros prati et xx agros pascuse. Et 
ualet per annum x solidos et quando episcopus recepit ualebat 
V 8o\idoB.—JSxon. R (133) 124. 

The bishop has a manor called Spreuuea, which Algar held on 
the day in which king Edward was alive and dead. And it ren- 
dered geld for one virgate. This can be ploughed by three ploughs. 
Drogo now holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo has in demesne 
half a virgate and two ploughs, and the villeins have half a vir- 
gate and two oxen. There Drogo has two villeins, and two borclars, 
and two seris, and ten head of cattle, and ten swine, and forty 
sheep, and ten acres of wood, and three acres of meadow, and 
twenty acres of pasture ; and it is worth yearly ten shillings, and 
when the bishop received it, it was worth five shillings. 

Comau 

Episcopus habet i mansiouem quae uocatur Coma quam 
tenuit Ailuardus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt 
arare iii carrucae. Et Drogo tenet eam de episcopo. Inde 
habet Drogo in dominio i uirgam et i carrucam et uillani i 
uirgam et i carrucam. Ibi habet Drogo iii uillanos et i 
seruum et x animalia et v porcos et x oues et viii capras et vi 
agros nemoris et iii agros prati et xx agros pascuae. Et ualet 
per annum x solidos et quando episcopus recepit ualebat 
tantundem.— -fi^oxm. D. (133; 124. 



THE DETWNSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 199 

for four ploughs. In demesne is one plough with one serf, and 
there are four villeins, and four bordars, with one plough. There 
are six acres of meadow, and one hundred acres of pasture, and 
ten acres of wood. Formerly worth five shillings, it is now 
worth twelve shillings and sixpence. 



Sprewe tenebat Algar tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat 
pro una virgata terrae. Terra est iii carucis. Ibi ii carucae 
in dominio et ii serui et ii uillani et ii bordarii. Ibi iii acrae 
prati et xx acrae pasturae et x acrae siluae. Olim v solidos. 
Mode X solidos. — Exch, D, 103 (i) ; 7a. 



Sprewe was held by Algar in the time of king Edward, and 
paid geld for one virgate of land. There is land for three ploughs. 
There are two ploughs in demesne, and two serfs, and two villeins, 
and two bordars. There are three acres of meadow, and twenty 
acres of pasture, and ten acres of wood. Formerly worth five 
shillings, it is now worth ten shillings. 



CTome. 

Come tenebat Ailuuardus tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro dimidia hida. Terra est iii carucis. Ibi sunt 
ii carucae et iii uillani cum i seruo et iii acrae parti et xx 
acrae pasturae et vi acrae siluae. Valet x solidos. — Exck. D. 

103 (I) ; 7^. 



200 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMBSDAT — EXETER. 

The bishop has a manor called Coma, which Ailuard held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide. This can be ploughed by three ploughs. 
And Drogb holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo has in demesne 
one viigate and one plough, and the villeins have one virgate 
and one plough. There Drogo has three villeins, and one serf, and 
ten head of cattle, and five swine, and ten sheep, and eight goats, 
and six acres of wood, and three acres of meadow, and twenty 
acres of pasture. And it is worth by the year ten shillings ; and 
when the bishop received it, it was worth as much. 

etlutvttiAttUi* 

Episcopus habet i mansioDem quae uocatur Celuertesberia 
quam tenuit Ailuuinus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus 
et mortuus. Et reddidit gildum pro i hida i fertino minus. 
Hanc possunt arare vi carrucse. Modo tenet earn Drogo de 
episcopo. Inde habet Drogo in dominio dimidiain hidam et i 
carrucam et uillani iii fertinos et i uirgam et ii boues. Ibi 
habet Drogo iii uillanos et ii bordarios et ii seruos et vi 
animalia et xv porcos et xxvii oues et vi agros nemusculi et 
XV agros prati et c agros pascuae. Et ualet per annum xv 
solidos et quando episcopus recepit ualebat v solidos. 

Huic mansioni est addita i mansio quae uocatur Coma 
quam tenuit Welandus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga et i ferlino. Hanc 
potest arare i carruca et est uacua. — JExon. D. (133) 124 

The bishop has a manor called Celuertesberia, which Ail win 
held on the day in which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for one hide less one ferling. This can be ploughed 
by six ploughs. Drogo now holds this of the bishop. Of it 
Drogo has in demesne half a hide and one plough, and the villeins 
have three ferlings and one virgate, and two oxen. There Drogo 
has three villeins, and two bordars, and two serfs, and six head of 
cattle, and fifteen swine, and twenty-seven sheep, and six acres of 
coppice, and fifteen acres of meadow, and one hundred acres of 
pasture. And it is worth yearly fifteen shillings ; and when the 
bishop received it, it was worth five shillings. 

To this manor is added a manor called Coma, which Weland 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for one virgate and one ferling. This can be ploughed 
by one plough, and it is unoccupied. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur EstoUeia quam 
tenuit Aluuinus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 



THE DEVONSHIRB DOMESDAY — ^EXCHEQUER. 201 

Come was held by Ailward in the time of kin^ Edward, and 
paid geld for half a hide. There is land for three ploughs. There 
are two ploughs and three villeins, with one serf, and three acres 
of meadow, and twenty acres of pasture, and six acres of wood. 
It is worth ten shillings. 



Celvertesberie tenebat Aluuinus tempore regis Eduuardi 
et geldabat pro i hida uno ferling minus. Terra est vi 
carucis. In dominio est i caruca et ii serui et iii uillani et 
ii bordarii. Ibi xv acrae prati et c acrae pasturae et vi acrae 
siluae minutae. Olim v solidos. Modo ualet xv solidos. 

Huic manerio est addita Come. Welland tenebat tem- 
pore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae et i 
ferling. — Exch. D. 103 (i); 7a. 



Celvertesberie was held by Alwin in the time of king Edward, 
and paid geld for one hide less one ferling. There is land for six 
ploughs. In demesne is one plough, and there are two serfs, and 
three villeins, and two bordars. There are fifteen acres of 
meadow, and one hundred acres of pasture, and six acres of 
coppice. Formerly worth five shillings, it is now worth fifteen 
shillings. 

To this manor has been added Come. Welland held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land 
and one ferling. 



StolUt 

Stollei tenebat Aluuinus tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro i hida. Terra est x carucis. In dominio 



202 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

tuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. HaDC possunt arare x 
carrucse. Modo tenet earn Drogo de episcopo. Inde habet 
Drogo in dominio i fertinum et ii carrucas et uillani iii uirgas 
et iii fertinos et ii carrucas. Ibi habet Drogo v uillanos et ix 
bordarios et iiii seruos et vi animalia et vii porcos et xl ones 
et xxxiii capras et xl agros nemoris et ii agros prati et xvi 
agros pascuse. Et ualet per annum xl solidos et quando 
episcopus recepit ualebat xx solidos. — Exon. j9. (1336) 125. 

The bishop has a manor called EstoUeia, which Alwin held 
on the day in which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for one hide. This can be ploughed by ten ploughs. 
Drogo now holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo has in demesne 
one ferling and two ploughs, and the villeins have three virgates 
and three ferlings, and two ploughs. There Drogo has live villeins, 
and nine bordars, and four serfs, and six heeid of cattle, and seven 
swine, and forty sheep, and thirty-three goats, and forty acres of 
wood, and two acres of meadow, and sixteen acres of pasture ; and 
it is worth yearly forty shillings, and when the bishop received it, 
it was worth twenty shillings. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Coma quam 
tenuit Brongarus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uiiga. Hanc potest arare i 
carruca. Et Drogo tenet eam de episcopo. Inde habet i 
carrucam et habet ibi i senium et x animalia et viii porcos et 
XXX ones et ii agros nemusculi et iii agros prati. Et ualet per 
annum v solidos et quando episcopus recepit valebat iii ' 
BoMos.—Ex(m. D. (1336) 125. 

The bishop has a manor called Coma, which Brongar held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for one virgate. This can be ploughed by one 
plough. And Drogo holds this of the bishop. Of it he has one 
plough, and he has there one serf, and ten head of cattle, and eight 
swine, and thirty sheep, and two acres of coppice, and three acres 
of meadow ; and it is worth yearly five shillings ; and when the 
bishop received it, it was worth thiee shillings. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Bradaleia quam 
tenuit Hardolfus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt 
arare iiii carrucse. Et Drogo tenet eam de episcopo. Inde 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT — EXCHEQUER. 203 

sunt ii carucae et iiii serui et v uillani et ix bordarii cum 
ii carucis. Ibi ii acrae prati et xvi acrae pasturae et xl acrae 
siluae. Olim xx solidos. Modo ualet xl solidos. — Exch. D. 
103(2); 7*. 



StoUei was held by Almn in the time of king Edward^ and paid 
geld for one hide. There is land for ten ploughs. In demesne 
are two ploughs, and four serfs, and five villeins, and nine 
bordars, with two ploughs. There are two acres of meadow, 
and sixteen acres of pasture, and forty acres of wood. Formerly 
worth twenty shillings, it is now worth forty shillings. 



(Some. 

Come tenebat Brungar tempore regis Eduuardi et gelda- 
bat pro una virgata terrae. Terra est i carucae quae ibi est 
cum i seruo. Ibi iii acrae prati et ii acrae siluae minutae. 
Olim iii solidos. Modo ualet v solidos. — Exch. D. 103 (2) ; 7 b. 



Come was held by Brungar in the time of king Edward, and 
paid geld for one virgate of land. There is land for one plough, 
which is there, with one serf. There are three acres of meadow, 
and two acres of coppice. Formerly worth three shillings, it is 
now worth five shillings. 



iSraSelie. 

Bradelie tenebat Hardulf tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro dimidia hida. Terra est iiii carucis. Ibi est 
una caruca cum i uillano et i seruo et v acrae siluae. Olim 
X solidos. Modo ualet v solidos. — Exch, D. 103 (2) ; 7^. 



204 THE DBYONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

habet Drogo in domiaio i uiigam et dimidiam carrucam et 
villani i uirgam et dimidiam carrucam. Ibi habet Drogo 
i uillanum et i senium et xii oues et v agros nemoris. £t ualet 
per annum v solidos et quando episcopus eam recepit ualebat 
X BoMo6.—Fx(m. D. (1336) 125. 

The biahop has a manor called Bradaleia, which Hardolf held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for half a hide. This can be ploughed by four 
ploughs. And Drogo holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo has in 
demesne one virgate and half a plough, and the villeins have one 
virgate and half a plough. There Drogo has one villein, and one 
serf, and twelve sheep, and five acres of wood; and it is worth 
yearly five shillings; and when 'the bishop received it, it was 
worth ten shillings. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem qusB uocatur Talebrua quam 
ienuit Olueua ea die qua Eduui^us rex fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida et dimidia uirga. 
Has possunt arrare x carrucse. Et Drogo tenet de episcopo. 
Inde habet Drogo in dominio i uirgam et i carrucam et 
uiUani i uirgam et dimidiam et ii carrucas et dimidiam. Ibi 
habet Drogo xv uillanos et vi seruQS et iii animalia et v porcos 
et xxvii oues et xxix capras et xvi agros nemoris et xii agros 
prati et xii agros pascuse. Et ualet per annum xl solidos et 
quando recepit ualebat 1 solidos. 

Et huic mansioni est addita mansio ista qudB uocatur 
Wicca quam tenuit Brismarus ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit 
uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia uii^ Hanc 
possunt arrare ii carrucaB. Et Drogo tenet eam de episcopo. 
Ibi habet Drogo iii uillanos et vi agros prati et ualet per 
annum v solidos. — Exon, D. (134) 125. 

The bishop has a manor called Talebrua, which Olveva held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide and half a virgate. These can be ploughed 
by ten ploughs. And Drogo holds it of the bishop. Of it Drogo 
has in demesne one virgate and one plough, and the villeins 
one virgate and a half and two ploughs and a half. There Drogo 
has fifteian villeins, and six serfs, and three head of cattle, and five 
swine, and twenty-seven sheep, and twenty-nine goats, and sixteen 
acres of wood, and twelve acres of meadow, and twelve acres of 
pasture; and it is worth yearly forty shiUiDgs; and when he 
received it, it was worth fifty shillings. 

And to this manor is added a manor called Wicca, which 



THE DBYONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 205 



Bradelie was held by Hardulf in the time of king Edward, and 
paid geld for half a hide. There is land for four ploughs. There 
is one plough, with one villein, and one serf, and there are live 
acres of wood. Formerly worth ten shillings, now it is worth five 
shillings. 



Sakixiqt. 

. Talebrige tenebat Vlueua tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro dimidia hida et dimidia virgata terrae. Terra 
est X carucis. In dominio est i caruca et vi serui et xv 
uillani cum ii carucis et dimidia. Ibi xii acrae prati et xii 
acrae pasturae et xvi acrae siluae. Olim 1 solidos. Mode 
ualet xl solidos. 

Huic manerio addita est Wiche. Brismar tenebat tem- 
pore regis Eduuardi pro uno manerio et geldabat pro 
dimidia virgata terrae. Terra est ii carucis. Ibi sunt iii 
uillani et vi acrae prati. Valet v solidos. — £xcA. D. 
103(2); 7 b. 



Talebrige was held by Ulveva in the time of king Edward, and 
it paid geld for half a hide and half a virgate of land. There is 
land for ten ploughs. In demesne are one plough, and six serfs, 
and fifteen villeins, with two ploughs and a half. There are 
twelve acres of meadow, and twelve acres of pasture, and sixteen 
acres of wood. Formerly worth fifty shillings, it is now worth forty 
shillings. 

To this manor has been added Wiche. Brismar held them in 
the time of king Edward for one manor, and it paid geld for half 
a virgate of land. There is land for two ploughs. There are three 
villeins, and six acres of meadow. It is worth five shillings. 



206 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

Brismar held on the day on 'which king Edward was alive and 
dead, and it rendered geld for half a virgate. This can he 
ploughed hy two ploughs. And Drogo holds this of the hishop. 
There Drogo has three villeins, and six acres of meadow ; and it is 
worth yearly five shillings. 

OltttiOintona. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Olaridintona 
quam tenuit Olueua ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arrare 
iii carrucas. Et Drogo tenet de episcopo. Inde habet in 
dominio ii ferdiuos et i carrucam et uillani ii ferdinos et i 
carrucam et dimidiam. Ibi habet Drogo vii uillanos et i 
seruum et iii agros nemoris et iii nemusculi et iiii agros prati 
et X agros pascuae. Et ualet per annum vii solidos et vi 
denarios et quando episcopus recepit ualebat xx solidos. — 
Exon, D. (134) 125. 

The bishop has a manor called Oluridintona, which Olveva held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it ren- 
dered geld for one virgate. This can be ploughed by three ploughs. 
And Drogo holds it of the bishop. Of it he has in demesne two 
ferlings and one plough, and the villeins have two ferlings and one 
plough and a half. There Drogo has seven villeins, and one serf, 
and three acres of wood, and three of coppice, and four acres of 
meadow, and ten acres of pasture. And it is worth yearly seven 
shillings and sixpence, and when the bishop received it, it was 
worth twenty shillings. 

BraOeleta, 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Bradeleia quam 
tenuit Algarus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus et reddidit gildum pro i fertino. Hunc potest i carruca 
arare. Modo tenet eum Drogo de episcopo. In ea habet 
Drogo i bordarium et reddit per annum xxx denarios. — Exon, 
D. (1346) 126. 

The bishop has a manor called Bradeleia, which Algar held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one ferling. This can be ploughed by one plough. Drogo 
now holds this \^ferling\ of the bishop. In this [77ianar] Drogo 
has one bordar ; and it renders by the year thirty pence. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Lochesbera 
quam tenuit Algarus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUER. 207 



FlbteSintbne. 

Vlvredintvne tenebat Vlueua tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro una virgata terrae. Terra est iii carucis. In 
dominio est i caruca cum i seruo et vii uillani cum i caruca 
et dimidia. Ibi liii acrae prati et x acrae pasturae et iii acrae 
siluae minutae. Olim xx solidos. Modo ualet vii soHdos et 
vi denarios. — Exch, D. 103 (2) ; 7 b, 



Vlvredintvne was held by Ulveva in the time of king Edward, 
and paid geld for one virgate of land. There is land for three 
ploughs. In demesne are one plough with one serf, and seven 
villeins with one plough and a half. There are four acres of 
meadow, and ten acres of pasture, and three acres of coppice. 
Formerly worth twenty shillings, it is now worth seven shillings 
and sixpence. 



Bradelie tenebat Algar tempore regis Eduuardi et gelda- 
bat pro i ferling. Terra est i carucae. Ibi est i bordarius. 
Reddit xxx denarios. — Exch, D. 103 (2); yb. 



Bradelie was held by Algar in the time of king Edward, and 
paid geld for one ferling. There is land for one plough. There 
is one bordar. It renders thirty pence. 



Lochesbere tenebat Algar tempore r^is Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro iii virgatis terrae. Terra est iiii carucis. In 



208 THE DEV0N8HIRB DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

mortuos et reddidit gildum pito iii uiigis. Has possunt araie 
iiii carrucae. Modo tenet earn Drogo de episcopo. Inde babet 
Drogo i fertinum et i carrucam in dominio et uillani habent 
dimidiam hidam et iii fertinos et i carrucam. Ibi babet Drogo 
ii uillanos et iiii bordarios et ii agros nemusculi et iii agros 
prati. £t ualet per annum xv solidos et quando episcopus 
recepit ualebat x solidos. — Exon, D. (134&) 126. 

The bishop has a manor called Lochesbera, which Algar held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for three Yirgate& These can be ploughed by four ploughs. 
Drogo now holds this [mamw] of the bishop. Of it Drogo has one 
ferling and one plough in demesne, and the villeins have half a 
hide and three ferlings and one plough. There Drogo has two 
villeins, and four bordars, and two acres of coppice, and three acres 
of meadow; and it is worth yearly fifteen shillings, and when 
the bishop received it, it was worth ten shillings. 

Episcopus babet i mansionem quae uocatur Pedehael quam 
tenuit Algarus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus et reddidit gildum pro iii uirgis. Has possunt iiii 
carrucae. Drogo tenet banc de episcopo. Inde babet Drogo 
i uirgam et i carrucam in dominio et uillani dimidiam. Ibi 
babet Drogo iii homines et iii porcos et x cues et v agros 
nemoris et iii agros pratL Et ualet per annum xv solidos 
et quando episcopus accepit ualebat tantundem. — Exon, D, 
(1346) 126. 

The bishop has a manor called PedehsBl, which Algar held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for three virgatea. These can \he ploughed ly] four ploughs. 
Drogo holds this of the bishop. 0! it Drogo has one virgate and 
one plough in demesne, and the villeins half a plough. There 
Drogo has three homagers, and three swine, and ten sheep, and 
five acres of wood, and three acres of meadow. And it is worth 
yearly fifteen shillings ; and when the bishop took it, it was worth 
as much. 

;faretttteia. 

Episcopus babet i mansionem quae uocatur Fareuueia quam 
tenuit Ailmarus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt 
arare iiii carrucae. Hanc tenet Drogo de episcopo. Inde 
babet Drogo in dominio dimidiam uirgam et i carrucam et 
uillani i uirgam et dimidiam et iii carrucas. Ibi babet Drogo 



THB DEVONSHIRE DOMESPAT— EXCHEQUER. 209 

dominio est i caruca et ii uillani et iiii bordarii. Ibi iii 
acrae prati. Olim x solidos. Modo ualet xv solidos, — 
Exch. D. 103 (2) ; 7& 



Lochesbere was held by Algar in the time of king Edward, 
and paid geld for three virgates of land. There is land for four 
ploughs. In demesne are one plough, and two villeins, and four 
bordars. There are three acres of meadow. Formerly it was 
worth ten shillings. Now it is worth fifteen shillings. 



Pedehel tenebat Algar tempore regis Eduuardi et gelda- 
bat pro iii virgatis terrae. Terra est iiii carucis. In dominio 
est i caruca et iii homines et iii acrae prati et v acrae siluae. 
Olim et modo ualet xv solidos. — Exclu D, 103 (2) ; jb» 



Pedehel was held by Algar in the time of king Edward, and 
paid gdd for three virgates of land. There is land for four 
ploughs. In demesne are one plough, and three men, and three 
acres of meadow, and five acres of wood. Formerly it was, and 
now it is, worth fifteen shillings. 



Farewei tenebat Ailmar tempore regis Eduuardi et gelda- 
bat pro dimidia hida. Terra est iiii carucis. In dominio 
est i caruca et ii serui et v uillani et iiii bordarii cum iii 
carucis. Ibi v acrae prati et xl acrae pasturae. Olim x 
solidos. Modo ualet xx solidos. — Exch. D. 103 (2); jb. 

|)u ipjfxvi* terratf tenet Droffo tt epUteopo. 

p 



210 THE DSY0N8HIBE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

V uillanos et iiii bordarios et ii seruos et viii animalia et v 
agios prati et xl agios pascuse. Et ualet per annum xx solidos 
et quando episcopus lecepit x solidos. — Eocon, D. (135) 126. 

• 

The bishop has a manor called Fareweia, which Ailmar held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for half a hida This can be ploughed by four 
ploughs. Drogo holds this of the bishop. Of it Drogo has in 
demesne half a virgate and one plough, and the villeins have one 
viigate and a half and three ploughs. There Drogo has five 
villeins, and four bordars, and two serfs, and eight head of cattle, 
and five acres of meadow, and forty acres of pasture. And it is 
worth yearly twenty shillings ; and when the bishop received it» it 
was worth ten shillings. 

Episcopus Constantiensis habet i mansionem quse uocatur 
Surintona quam tenuit Aluuinus ea die qua rex Eduuardus 
fuit uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro iii uirgis. Has 
possunt arare xii carrucsB. Et tenet illam uxor Engebaldi ab 
episcopo. Et ipsa in dominio habet dimidiam uirgam et tree 
carrucas et uiUani aliam terram tenent et habent ibi iiii 
catrucas et dimidiam et ibi sunt xiiii uillani et vii quosceti et 
ii porcarii et vii serui et i runcinus et xviii animalia et ix 
porei et c ones et 1 caprse et xii acrae nemusculi et Ix acrse 
prati et i leuga pascuse in longitudine et dimidia in latitudine. 
Et ualet per annum vii librae et quando episcopus earn recepit 
ualebat xi libras.— ^a»/i. D. (121) 112. 

The bishop of Coutances has a manor called Surintona, which 
Alwin held on the day on which king Edward was alive and 
dead, and it rendered geld for three virgates. These can be ploughed 
by twelve ploughs. And the wife of Engebald holds it from the 
bishop, and she has in demesne half a virgate and three ploughs ;. 
and the vUleins hold the other land, and have there four ploughs 
and a half, and there are fourteen villeins, and seven coscets, 
and two swineherds, and seven serfs, and one pack-horse, and 
eighteen head of cattle, and nine swine, and one hundred sheep, 
and fifty goats, and twelve acres of coppice, and sixty acres of 
meadow, and of pasture one leuga in length and half a leuga iif 
breadth. And it is worth yearly seven pounds; and when the 
bishop received it, it was worth eleven pounds. 

fiAtUfoxt 

Episcopus Constantiensis habet i mansicoiem quas uocatur 
Melefort quam tenuit Aluuinus in die qua rex Eduuardus 



THB DE>rONSHIRB DOMESDAY — ^EXCQBQCTER. 211 



Farewei was held by Ailmar in the time of king Edward, and 
paid geld for half a hide. There is land for four ploughs. In 
demesne are one plough, and two serfs, and five villeins, and 
four bordars, with three ploughs. There are five acres of meadow, 
and forty acres of pasture. Formerly it was worth ten shillings. 
Now it is worth twenty shillings. 

QLit abolie 0e)ieiitp«t(ree laaHs are l^elH bp IDroffo of tit bUttop. 



Uxor Ingelbaldi tenet de episcopo Svrintone. Aluuinus 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro iii virgatis 
terrae. Terra est xii carucis. In dominio sunt iii canicae 
et vii serui et xiiii uillani et vii cosceti cum iiii carucis et 
ii porcarii. Ibi Ix acrae prati et xii acrae siluae minutae. 
Pastura i leuca longitudine et dimidia leuca latitudine. Olim 
xi libras. Modo ualet vii libras. — ExcA. D. 103 (2); yd. 



The wife of Ingelbald holds of the bishop Svrintone. Alwin 
held it in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for three 
virgates of land. There is land for twelve ploughs. In demesne 
are three ploughs, and seven serfs, and fourteen villeins, and 
seven coscets, with four ploughs, and two swineherds. There 
are sixty acres of meadow, and twelve acres of coppice. Pasture 
one mile long and half a mile broad. Formerly it was worth 
eleven pounds. Now it is worth seven pounds. 



iSeleforD. 

Eadem tenet de episcopo Meleford. Aluuinus tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. 



p 2 



212 THE DSVONSHIRB DOMESDAY— SXBTER. 

fuit uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildom pro i uirga die qua 
rex Eduuaidus fuit uiuus et mortuus. Hanc possunt arare v 
carrucdB. Hanc tenet ab episcopo uxor Engelbaldi et babet 
inde in dominio i fertinum et i carrucam Et uillani iii ferdinos 
et iii boues et ipsa domina babet ibi iii uillanos et i quoscetum 
et iii seruos et xv agros nemoris et vi agros prati et vi agros 
pascuae. £t ualet xx solidos per annum et quando episcopus 
earn recepit xl solidos ualebat — Exon. D. (121 i) 112. 

• 
The bishop of Coutances has a manor called Melefort, which 
Alwin held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, 
and it rendered geld for one viigate on the day on which king 
Edward was alive and dead. This can be ploughed by five ploughs. 
The wife of Engelbald holds this from the bishop, and she has 
thereof in demesne one ferling and one plough, and the villeins 
have three ferlings and three oxen, and the lady herself has there 
three villeins and one coscet, and three serfs, and fifteen acres of 
wood, and six acres of meadow, and six acres of pasture. And 
it IB worth twenty shillings yearly, and when the bishop received 
it^ it was worth forty shillings. 



ffotita. 

Episcopus babet i mansionem quse uocatur Toma quam 
tenuit Sauuinus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia uirga. Hanc possunt 
arare iii carrucse. Hanc tenet uxor Engelbaldi de episcopo. 
Inde habet uxor Engelbaldi i ferlinum et i carrucam in 
dominio et uillani babent alium ferlinum et i bouem. Ibi 
habet vxor Engelbaldi iiii uillanos et iiii bordarios et iii uaccas 
et xii agros prati et dimidiam leugam pascuse in longitudine 
et ii quadragenarias in latitudine. Et ualet per annum x 
solidos et quando episcopus recepit ualebat xv. — Exan. D. 
(122) 112. 

The bishop has a manor called Toma, which Sawin held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for half a viigate. This can be ploughed by three 
ploughs. The wife of Engelbald holds this of the bishop. Of it 
the wife of Engelbald has one ferling and one plough in demesne, 
and the villeins have the other ferling and one ox. There the wife 
of Engelbald has four villeins, and four bordais, and three oowa, 
and twelve acres of meadow, and of pasture half a leuga in 
length, and two ferlings in breadth. And it is worth yearly ten 
shillings, and when the bishop received it, it was worth fifteen 
shillings. 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 213 

Terra est v carucis. In dominio est i caruca et lii serui et 
iii uillani et i coscetus. Ibi vi acrae prati et vi acrae pasturae 
et XV acras siluae. Olim xl solidos. Modo ualet xx solidos. 
— Exch. D. 103 (2); Tb. 



The same \lady\ holds of the bishop Meleford. Alwin held it in 
the time of kmg Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. 
There is land for five ploughs. In demesne are one plough, and 
three serfs, and three vUleins, and one coscet. There are six acres 
of meadow, and six acres of pasture, and fifteen acres of wood. 
Formerly it was worth forty shillings. Now it is worth twenty 
shillings. 



Eadem tenet de episcopo Torne. Sauuinus tenebat tem- 
pore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia virgata terrae. 
Terra est iii carucis. In dominio est i caruca et iiii uillani 
et iiii bordarii. Ibi xii acrae prati. Pastura dimidia leuca 
longitudine et ii quarentenae latitudine. Olim xv solidos. 
Modo ualet x solidos. — Exch, D, 103 (2); 7^. 



The same \lady\ holds of the bishop Tome. Sawin held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a viigate of land. 
There is land for three ploughs. In demesne are one plough, and 
four villeins, and four bordars. There are twelve acres of meadow. 
Pasture half a leuga in length and two furlongs in breadth. For* 
merly it was worth fifteen shillings. Now it is worth ten shillings. 



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214 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

Episcoptis habet i mansionem qnas uocatur Chemeunorda 
quam tenuit Eduuinus ea die qua rex Eduuardos fait uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildam pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare 
iiicarruc®. Mode tenet earn neptis episcopi de eo. Inde habet 
neptis episcopi dimidiam uirgam et i carnicam in dominio et 
niUani dimidiam uiigam et i carrucam. Ibi habet neptis 
episcopi ii uillanos et ii seruos et xv animalia et xl ones et xx 
agros prati et xxx agros pascuae. Et aalel xx solidos et quando 
episcopus eam recepit ualebat v solidos. — Exon. 2>. (122) 113. 

The bishop has a manor called Chemeuuorda, which Edwin 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for one virgate. This can be ploughed by three 
ploughs. The nephew of the bishop now holds this [manor] of him. 
Of it the nephew of the bishop has half a viigate and one plough 
in demesne, and the yilleins hdf a virgate and one plough. There 
the nephew of the bishop has two villeins, and two ser&, and fifteen 
head of cattle, and forty sheep, and twenty acres of meadow, and 
thirty acres of pasture. And it is worth twenty shillings, and when 
the bishop received it, it was worth five shillings. 

2l2Hatoom&a« 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Walcomba 
quam tenuit Ansgottus ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hyda et dimidia uirga. 
Hanc possunt arare xii carrucae. Et Oluus tenet de episcopo. 
Ibi habet Oluus in dominio i uirgam et ii carrucas et uillani 
habent i hidam ii ferdinos minus et vii carrucas. In ista 
habet Oluus xv uillanos et vii bordarios et iii seruos et viii 
animalia et xxv porcos et c ones et i leugam nemoris et x 
agros prati et xx pascuae. Et ualet per annum Ix solidos et 
quando recepit ualebat c solidos. — Exon, D, (1226) 113. 

The bishop has a manor called Walcomba, which Ansgot 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, 
and it rendered geld for one hide and half a viigate. This can be 
ploughed by fifteen ploughs And Olvns holds it of the bishop. 
There Olvus has in demesne one viigate and two ploughs, and the 
villeins have one hide less two ferlings, and seven ploughs. In it 
Olvus has fifteen villeins, and seven bordars, and three serfs, and 
eight head of cattle, and twenty-five swine, and one hundred sheep^ 
and one leuga of wood, and ten acres of meadow, and twenty of 
pasture. And it is worth yearly sixty shillings, and when he 
received it, it was worth one hundred shillings. 



THE DEVONSHntB DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 215 

Neptis episcopi tenet de eo Chemeworde. Eduinus 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata 
terrae. Terra est iii carucis. Ibi sunt ii carucs cum ii 
uillanis et ii seruis et xx acrae prati et xxx acrac pasturse. 
Valet XX solidos. — Exck, D. 103 (2); jb. 



The nephew of the bishop holds of him Chemeworde. Eduin 
held it in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one 
virgate of land There is land for three ploughs. There are two 
ploughs with two villeins, and two serfs, and there are twenty 
acres of meadow, and thirty acres of pasture. It is worth twenty 
shillings. % 



Oluuus tenet de episcopo Walcome. Osgot tenebat tem- 
pore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro i hida et dimidia virgata 
terrae. Terra est xv carucis. In dominie sunt ii carucae et 
iii serui et xv uillani et vii bordarii cum vii carucis. Ibi x 
acrae prati et xx acrae pasturae et i leuca siluae. Olim c 
solidos. Modo ualet Ix solidos. — Exck. D, 103 (2); 7 A 



Olwus holds of the bishop Walcome. Osgot held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide and half a 
virgate of land. There is land for fifteen ploughs. In demesne 
are two ploughs, and three serfs, and fifteen villeins, and seven 
bordars, with seven ploughs. There are ten acres of meadow, 
and twenty acres of pasture, and one leuga of wood. Formerly 
it was worth a hundred shillings. Now it is worth sixty shillings. 



216 THK DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

Episcopns habet i maDsionem quae uocatur Sateooma qnam 
tenuit Edritius ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uinus et mor* 
tuos et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt arare 
vii carrucse. Et modo tenet earn idem Edritius de episcopo. 
Ibi habcit episcopus dimidiam uirgam et i carrucam in dominio. 
Et uillani habent uirgam et dimidiam et vi carrucas et viiii 
uillanos et vi cocetos et iiii seruos et x et viii animalia et xii 
porcos et Ixxx ones et vi agros nemoris et xiiii agros prati et 
xii agros pascuse. Et ualet per annum xl solidos et quando 
episcopus recepit ualebat 1 solidos. — Exon. D. (1215) 112. 

The bishop has a manor called Sutecoma, which Edrit held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide. This can be ploughed by seven ploughs. 
And now the same Edrit holds it of the bishop. There the bishop 
has half a virgate and one plough in demesne, and the villeins have 
half a viigate and a half and six ploughs, and nine villeins, and 
six coscets, and four serfs, and eighteen head of cattle, and twelve 
swine, and eighty sheep, and six acres of wood, and fourteen acres 
of meadow, and twelve acres of pasture. And it is worth yearly 
forty shillings ; and when the bishop received it, it was worth fifty 
shillings. 

ffapelriau 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Tapeleia quam 
tenuit Vlueia ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus 
et reddidit gildum tempore regis Eduuardi pro i hida. Hanc 
possunt arare viii camicdB. Modo tenet eam Osbemus de 
episcopo. Inde habet Osbemus uirgam et dimidiam et ii 
carrucas in dominio et uillani habent i uirgam et dimidiam et 
i carrucam. Ibi habet Osbemus iii uillanos et ii bordarios et 
ii semos et x animalia et xv porcos et 1 ones et xx capras et 
iii agros nemoris et iii agros prati et x agros pascuse. Et 
ualet per annum xxx solidos. 

De supradicta hida ablata est i uirga quam tenet Bogerus 
de episcopo quae erat de supradicta mansione ea die qua rex 
Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus. — Exan. D. (124) 115. 

The bishop has a manor called Tapeleia, which Ulveia held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld in the time of king Edward for one hide. This can 
be ploughed by eight ploughs. Osbern now holds this [fTianor] of 
the bishop Of it Osbern has a viigate and a half and two ploughs 
in demesne, and the viUeins have one viigate and a half and one 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXCHEQUER. 217 

Stotetome* 

Edric tenet de episcopo Svtecome. Ipse tenebat tem- 
pore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia hida. Terra 
est vii carucis. In dominio est i caruca et iiii serui et ix 
uillani et vi cosceti cum vi carucis. Ibi xiiii acrae prati et 
xii acrae pasturae et vi acrae siluae. Olim 1 solidos. Modo 
ualet xl solidos. — Exch. D. 103 (2); jb. 



Edric holds of the bishop Svtecome. He himself held it in 
the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There 
•is land for seven ploughs. In demesne are one plough, and four 
serfs, and nine villeins, and six coscets, with six ploughs. There 
are fourteen acres of meadow, and twelve acres of pasture, and 
six acres of wood. Formerly it was worth fifty shillings. Now it 
is worth forty shillings. 



Osbernus tenet de episcopo Tapelie. Vlueua tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro i hida. Terra est 
viii carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et ii serui et iii 
uillani et ii bordarii cum i caruca. Ibi iii acrae prati et x 
acrae pasturae et iii acrae siluae. Valet xxx solidos. 

De hac hida ablata est una virgata terras quae ibi erat 
tempore regis Eduuardi. Rc^erus tenet de episcopo. — 
Exch. D. 103 (2); 7*. 



Osbem holds of the bishop Tapelie. Ulveva held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There is land 
for eight ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and two serfs, 
and three villeins, and two bordars, with one plough. There are 
three acres of meadow, and ten acres of pasture, and three acres 
of wood. It is worth thirty shillings. 



218 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXBTBR. 

plough. There Osbem has three villeins, and two hordars, and 
two serfs, and ten head of cattle, and fifteen swine, and fifty idieep, 
and twenty goats, and three acres of wood, and three acres of * 
meadow, and ten acres of pasture; and it is worth yearj thirty 
shillings. 

From the ahovesaid hide has been taken away one virgate, which 
Soger holds of the bishop, which was [part] of the aforesaid 
manor on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead. 

Episoopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Clis quam tenuit 
EdritiuB ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortaus et 
reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc poasunt arare v camicaB. 
Modo tenet earn Grosfridus de episcopo. Inde habet (rosfridus 
dimidiam hidam in dominio et ii carrucas et uillani habent 
iii carrucas et dimidiam. Ibi habet Gosfridus viiii uillanos 
et vii seruos et ii roncinos et viii animalia et iiii porcos et c 
ones et xx agros prati et xii agros pascuss. Et ualet per 
annum iiii libras et quando episoopus recepit earn ualebat 1 
soMoa,—JSxan. R (131 J) 122. 

The bishop has a manor called Clis, which Edric held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one hide. This can be ploughed by five ploughs. Gosfrid 
now holds this [man<7r] of the bishop. Of it Gosfrid has half a 
hide in demesne and two ploughs, and the villeins have three 
ploughs and a half. There Gosfrid has nine villeins, and seven 
serfs, and two pack-horses, and eight head of cattle, and four swine, 
and one hundred sheep, and twenty acres of meadow, and twelve 
acres of pasture. And it is worth by the year four pounds, and 
when the bishop received it, it was worth fifty shillings. 

Gratubr* 

Episcopos habet i mansionem quae uocatur Crauelec quam 
tenuit Alwinus dapifer de Aluuino et non potuit de eo sepa- 
rare [sic] ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus et 
reddidit gildum pro i uirgam. Hanc possunt arare ii carrucae. 
Hanc tenet Edmerus de episcopo. Inde habet Edmerus ii 
ferlinos et i carrucam in dominio et villani ii ferlinos et i car- 
rucam. Ibi habet Edmerus ii uillanos et i bordarium et i. 
seruum et viii agros pratL Hsec ualet x solidos et quando 
episoopus recepit v solidos. — Eocon, D, (1326) 124. 

The bishop has a manor called Crauelec, which Alwin the table- 
server held of Alwin, and it could not be separated from him cm 



THE DEVONSHIBK DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 219 

From this hide has been taken away one virgate of land, which 
was there in the time of king Edward. Roger holds it of the 
bishop. 



Golsfridus tenet de episcopo Clis. Edric tenebat tempore 
regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro i hida. Terra est v carucis. 
In dominio sunt ii carucae et vii semi et ix uillani cum iii 
carucis et dimidia. Ibi xx acrse prati et xii acrae pasturae. 
Olim 1 solidos. Modo ualet iiii libras. — Exch, D, 103 (2) ; 7 b. 



Goisfrid holds of the bishop Clis. Edric held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There is land for five 
ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and seven serfs, and nine 
villeins with three ploughs and a half. There are twenty acres of 
meadow and twelve acres of pasture. Formerly it was worth fifty 
shillings. Now it is worth four pounds. 



Edmer tenet de episcopo Cravelech. Aluuinus tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. 
Terra est ii carucis quae ibi sunt cum i seruo et i \_sic\ uillanis 
et i bordario. Ibi viii acrae prati. Olim v solidos. Modo 
ualet x solidos. — Exch, D. 103 (2); yb. 



Edmer holds of the bishop Cravelech. Alwin held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. There 



220 THE DSVOKSHIBB DOMESDAT — EXETER. 

the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate. This can he ploughed hj two ploughs. 
Edmer holds this of the hishop. Of it Edmer has two ferlmgs 
and one plough in demesne, and the villeins have two ferlings 
and one plough. There Edmer has two villeins, and one hordar, 
and one serf, and eight acres of meadow. This [maTzor] is worth 
ten shillings, and when the hishop received it, it was worth five 
shillings. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocator Binestanedona 
quam tennit Abbetus ea die qua Edunardns rex fait uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i ferdino. Hanc potest arrare 
i carruca et Etdilla tenet earn de episcopo. Inde habet Etdilla 
in dominio dimidium ferdinum et dimidiam carrucam et 
uillanus dimidium ferdinum et dimidiam carrucam. Ibi 
habet Etdilla i uillanum et i bordarium et i senium et vii 
animalia et xxx cues et vi agros prati. Et ualet per annum 
V solidos et quando recepit ualebat*tantundem. — Exan. D. 
(1346) 125. 

The bishop has a manor called Einestanedona, which Abhet 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and 
it rendered geld for one ferling. This can be ploughed by one 
plough. And EtdiUa holds this of the bishop. Of it Etdilla has 
in demesne half a ferling aud half a plough, and a villein has half 
a ferling and half a plough. There Etdilla has one villein, and one 
bordar, and one serf, and seven head of cattle, and thirty sheep, 
and six acres of meadow. And it is worth yearly five shillings, 
and when she received it, it was worth as mucL 

deletonau 

Episcopus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Cheletona quam 
tenuit Ediicus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus et reddidit gildum pro iii uirgis. Has possunt arare iii 
carrucse. Hanc tenet Sobertus de eo. Inde habet Eobertus 
i uirgam et i carrucam in dominio et uillanus iii uirgas et 
dimidiam carrucam. Ibi habet Bobertus i uillanum et ii 
bordarios et vi agros nemoris et vi agros prati et xii agros 
pascuse. Et reddit per annum x solidos de firma et quando 
recepit Bobertus reddidit tantundem. — Exon, D. (135) 126. 

The bishop has a manor called Cheletona, which Edric held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for three virgates. These can be ploughed by three 
plougha Eobert holds this of liim. Of it Bobert has one viigate 



THB DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUER. 221 

is land for two ploughs, which are there, with one serf, and two 
villeins, and one bordar. There are eight acres of meadow. For- 
merly it was worth five shillings. Now it is worth ten shillings. 



Eddille tenet de episcopo Rinestanedone. Abet tene- 
bat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro uno ferling. 
Terra est i caruca quae ibi est cum i uillano et i bordario et 
i seruo. Ibi vi acrae prati. Valuit et ualet v solidos. — » 
Exch. D. 103 (3) ; 8^. 



Eddille holds of the bishop Rinestanedone. Abet held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one ferling. There is 
land for one plough, which is there, with one villein, and one 
bordar, and one serf. There are six acres of meadow. It was, 
and is, worth five shillings. 



Robertas tenet de episcopo Cheletone. Edric tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro iii virgatis terras. 
Terra est iii carucis. In dominie est i caruca et i uillanus 
et ii bordarii cum dimidia caruca. Ibi vi acrae prati et xii 
acrae pasturae et vi acrae siluae. « Reddit x solidos de firma. 
— Exch. D. 103 (3) ; %a. 



Robert holds of the bishop Cheletone. Edric held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for three viigates of land. 
There is land for three ploughs. In demesne are one plough, and 
one villein, and two bordars, with half a plough. There are six 



222 THE DEV0K8HIBB DOMESDAY — EXSTEB. 

and one plough in demesne, and a villein has three viigates and half 
a plough. There Eobert has one villein, and two hordars, and six 
acres of wood, and six acres of meadow, and twelve acres of 
pasture; and it renders hj the year ten shillings to form; aind 
when Itohert received it, it rendered as much. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem qusB uocatur Teigna quam 
tenuit Edricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus et reddidit gilduni pro i hida. Hanc possant arare vii 
carracsB. Hanc tenet Gauffridus de Trailei de episcopo. Inde 
habet GaufTridus i uirgam et i camicam in dominio et uillani 
iii virgas et vi cairucas. Ibi habet (gauffridus xvi uillanos et 
V servos et i roncinum et vii animalia et iiii porcos et Ixiiii 
cues et xii agros nemoris et i agrum prati et Ix agros pascuse. 
Haec ualet c solidos et quando episcopus recepit tantundem. 
—Exon. D. (135) 126. 

The bbhop has a manor called Teigna, which Edric held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it ren- 
dered geld for one hide. This can be ploughed by seven ploughs. 
Gauffirid of Trailei held this of the bishop. Of it Gauffrid has 
one virgate and one plough in demesne, and the villeins have three 
viigates and six ploughs. There Gaufi&id has sixteen villeins, and 
five serfs, and one pack-horse, and seven head of cattle, and four 
swine, and sixty-four sheep, and twelve acres of wood, and one 
acre of meadow, and sixty acres of pasture. This is worth one 
hundred shillings, and it was worth as much when the bishop 
received it. 

i.angt|^etaite. 

Episcopus habet i mansionem qa» uocatur Langehewis 
quam tenuit Sauuinus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuuB et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida i ferlino minus. 
Hanc potest [sic] arare i carruca et dimidia et potuit ire ad- 
quemlibet dominum. Hanc tenet Leuricus de episcopo. Ibi 
habet Leuricus i camicam in dominio et ii bordarios et x 
agros nemusculi et ii agros pratL Haec ualet x BoUdos et 
quando episcopus recepit v solidos. — Exon. D, (1356) 127. 

The bishop has a manor called Langehewis, which Sawin held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for half a hide less one f erling. This can be ploughed 
by one plough and a half. And he was at liberty to go to whom- 
soever lord he would. Leuric holds this of the bishop. There 
Leuric has one plough in demesne, and two bordars, and ten acres 



THE DEVONSHIBE DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUER. 223 

acres of meadow, and twelve acres of pasture, and six acres of 
wood* It renders ten shillings to ferm. 



Seigne. 

Goisfridus tenet de episcopo Teigne. Edric tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro i hida. Terra est 
vii carucis. In dominio est i caruca et v serui et xvi uillani 
cum vi carucis. Ibi i acra prati et Ix acrae pasturae et xii 
acrae siluae. Olim et modo ualet c solidos. — Exch, D, 

103 (3); 8^- 



Goisfrid holds of the bishop Teigne. Edric held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There is land for 
seven ploughs. In demesne are one plough, and five serfs, and 
sixteen villeins, with six ploughs. There is one acre of meadow, 
and there are sixty acres of pasture, and twelve acres of wood. 
Formerly it was, and now it is, worth a hundred shillings. 



i.ange|etaito. 

Leuric tenet de episcopo Langehewis. Sauuinus tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia hida i 
ferling minus. Terra est i carucae et dimidiae. Ibi est 1 
caruca et ii bordarii et ii acrae prati et x acrae siluae minutae. 
Olim V solidos modo ualet x solidos. — Exch,D. 103 (3); 8^. 



Leuric holds of the bishop Langehewis. Sawin held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide less one 
ferling. There is land for one plough and a half. There are one 
plough, and two bordars, and two acres of meadow, and ten acres 
of coppice. Formerly it was worth five shillings ; now it is worth 
ten shillings. 



224 THE DSVONSHIBfi DOMESDAY— EXETJEB, 

of coppice, and two acres of meadow. This [Titanor] is worth ten 
shillings; and when the bishop received it, it was worth five 
shillings, 

90MUnUu 

• 

Epiflcopus habet i ferlinum terraB in Polesleoia quern tenuit 
Aluoinos ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit [m] et mortuus, 
Hunc potest arare i carrucei. Hanc tenet Angerus de episcopo. 
Ibi habet Angerus i carrucam in dominio et ii seruos et xx 
cues et vi capras et ii agros prati et xvi agros pascusB et ualet 
per annum x solidos et quando episcopus recepit iiii solidos. 
—Exan. D. (1356) 127. 

The bishop has a ferling of land in Polesleuia, which Alwin held 
on the day on which kmg Edward was alive and dead. This 
[/erltng] can be ploughed bj one plough. This [land] Anger holds 
of the bishop. There Anger has one plough in demesne, and two 
serfs, and twenty sheep, and six goats, and two acres of meadow, 
and sixteen acres of pasture ; and it is worth yearly ten shillings ; 
and when the bishop received it, it was worth four shillings 



THB DEVONSHIRS DOMESDAY — SXCHSQUSB. 225 



Ansger tenet de episcopo unum ferling terrae in Poleslewe. 
Aluuinus tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi. Terra est i 
carucx quae ibi est cum ii semis. Ibi ii acrae prati et xvi 
acrae pasturae. Olim iiii solidos modo ualet x solidos. — 
ExcA. D. 103 (3) ; 8a. 



Ansger holds of the bishop one ferling of land in Poleslewe. 
Alwin held it in the time of kmg Edward. There is land for one 
plough, which is there, with two serfs. There are two acres of 
meadow, and sixteen acres of pasture. Formerly it was worth 
four shillings ; now it is worth ten shillings. 



226 TH]& DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXKTEB. 



TOttitimita. 

Abbaa Olastingheberiensis habet i mansionem quae uocator 
lim et reddidit gildum pro vi hidis. Has possunt arare vii 
carrucse. Inde abbas habet iii hidas et ii carrucas in dominio 
et uillani iii hidas et v carrucas. Ibi habet abbas xvi uillanos 
et iiii bordarios et iiii seruos et v animalia et vii porcos et 
xxvi oues et iiii capras et xx quadragenarias in longitudine 
nemoris et i quadragenariam in latitudine et viii agros prati 
et ii leugas in longitudine pascuae et i leugam iu latitudine. 
Et ualet per annum iii libras et quando recepit ualebat 
tantundem.— JEizwi. I). (161) 148. 

HanO of tt)e Sbbot of 0la£ftonburp in 

Z)ebon£!t)tre* 

The abbot of Glastonbury, has a manor called Lim, and it ren- 
dered geld for six hides. These can be ploughed by seven ploughs. 
Of them the abbot has three hides and two ploughs in demesne, 
and the villeins have three hides and five ploughs. There the 
abbot has sixteen villeins, and four bordars, and four serfs, and five 
head of eattle, and seven swine, and twenty-six sheep, and four 
goats, and of wood twenty furlongs in length and one furlong in 
breadth, and eight acres of meadow, and of pasture two leugas in 
length and one leuga in breadth; and it is worth yearly three 
poimds ; and when he received it, it was worth as much. 



THE DBVONSHIBE DOMESDAY — ^EXCHEQUER. 227 



iiii. Cerca {ecclesto 0la£fttngbecten£(t£f. 

Ecclesia Glastinberiensis tenet Lim. Tempore regis 
Eduuardi geldabat pro vi hidis. Terra est vii carucis. In 
dominio sunt ii carucas et iiii serui et xvi uillani et iiii 
bordarii cum v carucis. Ibi viii acrae prati. Pastura ii 
leucae longitudine et una leuca latitudine. Silua xx qua- 
rentenae longitudine et una quarentena latitudine. Olim 
et modo ualet iiii libras. 



IIII. HanH of t^t Cf)urc|) of ^lastonburp. 

The church of Glastonbury holds Lim. In the time of king 
Edward it paid geld for six hides. There is land for seven ploughs. 
In demesne are two ploughs, and four serfs, and sixteen villeins, 
and four bordars, with five ploughs. There are eight acres of 
meadow. Pasture two leugas in length and one leuga in breadth. 
Wood twenty furlongs in length and one furlong in breadth. 
Formerly it was, and now it is, worth four pounds. 



Q 2 



228 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

Cerra^ abbatts Cabes!toc|)eiuft£( a^cclesto m 

Dtbtnt«ira* 

Abbas Tauestochensis habet i mansionem quae uocatar 
Tauestocha. Hsec reddidit gildum tempore regis Edunardi 
pro iii hidis et dimidia. Has possunt arare xl carmen Inde 
habet abbas dimidiam hidam et v carrucas in dominio et 
uillani habent inde hidam et dimidiam et xiiii carrucas. Ibi 
habet abbas x et vii uiUanos et xx bordarios et xii senios et 
i roncinum et xxvi animalia et xii porcos et cc ones et xxx 
capras et i molendinum qui seruit abbatiae et ii leugas nemoris 
in longitudine et i in latitudine et xvi agros prati et x quad- 
ragenarias pascuae in longitudine et tantundem in latitudine. 

De his iii hidis et dimidia tenent vi milites hidam et dimi- 
diam quam [sic] tenuerunt de abbate iiii tagni qui non poterant 
ab secclesia separari ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus. Inde habet Ermenaldus dimidiam uirgam. Ibi 
habet Ermenaldus i carrucam et uillani eiu^ i carrucam et vii 
animalia et xl ones. Et Radulfus habet inde dimidiam uir- 
gam et uillanum et iii cocetos et habent dimidiam carrucam. 
Et Hugo dimidiam hidam et terciam partem unius uirgae et 
i ferlinum et habet in dominio ii carrucas. Et habet ibi i 
uillanum et vi bordarios et ii seruos et habent vii boues ad 
carrucam. Et habet ibi Hugo x animalia et xii porcos et Ix ones. 
Et Rotbertus habet i uirgam et ii ferlinos et carrucam et 
dimidiam in dominio et uillani carrucam et dimidiam. Ibi 
habet Rotbertus iii uillanos et vi bordarios et ii seruos et 
. xii animalia et Ix ones et xx capras. Et Radulfus de Tilio 
habet tres partes unius uirgae et i carrucam et i uillanum 
et iiii bordarios et habent duos boues et vii animalia et xxx 
ones et x capras. Et Gosfridus habet i fertinum et habet 
ibi i carrucam et i bordarium et vi animalia et xxx cues. 

Hsec mansio ualet ad opus abbatis xii libras per annum et ad 
opus militum ualet c solidos. Et quando abbas recepit ualebat 
xiiii libras et quando milites receperunt ualebat viii libras. — 
Exon. D. (176, 177) 163. 

HmXM of tbe Ct)urc|) of t|)e abbot of Cabtstocit 

tn Debon£(t)fre. 

The abbot of Tavistock has a manor called Tauestocha. This 
rendered geld in the time of king Edward for three hides and 
a half. These can be ploughed by forty ploughs. Of them the 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT — SXGHEQUEB. 229 



v. Cerra a^cclesto He Cabestocl). 

Ecclesia Tavestoch tenet manerium Tavestoc. Tempore 
regis Eduuardi geldabat pro iii hidis et dimidia. Terra est 
xl carucis. In dominio sunt v carucae et xii semi et xvii 
uillani et xx bordarii cum xiiii carucis. Ibi molinus seruiens 
curias et xvi acrae prati. Pastura x quarentenae longitudine 
et tantundem latitudine. Silua ii leucae longitudine et una 
leuca latitudine. 

De hac terra huius manerii tenet Ermenald dimidiam 
virgatam terrae, Radulfus tantundem. Alter Radulfus 
iii partes unius virgatae terrae. Robertus unam vit^atam 
et ii ferlings. Goisfridus unum ferling. Hugo dimidiam 
hidam et terciam partem unius virgatae terrae et unum 
ferling. Has terras tenebant de abbate iiii taini tempore 
regis Eduuardi et non poterant ab aecclesia separari. Ibi 
sunt in dominio vi carucae et dimidia et iiii serui et vi 
uillani et xvii bordarii et iii coscez cum iiii carucis. Totum 
ualet abbati xii libras. Militibus c solidos. Olim ualebat 
xxii libras inter totum. 



v. iLanH of t|)e Ct)urc|) of Cabtstocfe. 

The church of Tavistock holds the manor of Tavestoc. In 
the time of king Edward it paid geld for three hides and a half. 
There is land for forty ploughs. In demesne are five ploughs, 



230 THK DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— BXETEB. 

abbot has half a hide and five ploughs in demesne, and the villeins 
have a hide and a half, and fourteen ploughs. Theie the abbot 
has seventeen villeins, and twenty bordars, and twelve serfe, 
and one pack-horse, and twenty-six head of cattle, and twelve 
swine, and two hundred sheep, and thirty goats, and one mill 
which serves the abbey, and of wood two leugas in length and one 
leuga in breadth, and sixteen acres of meadow, and of pasture ten 
furloDgs in length, and as many in breadth. 

Of these three hides and a half, six men-at-arms hold a hide and 
a half, which four thegns held of the abbot, and they could not be 
separated from the church, on the day on which king Edward was 
alive and dead. OfthisErmenaldhashalf avirgate. There Ermenald 
has one plough, and his villeins have one plough and seven head of 
cattle and forty sheep. And Radulf has of it half a virgate, and one 
villein, and three coscets, and they have half a plough. And Hugo 
has hidf a hide, and the third part of one viigate, and one ferlii^, 
and he has in demesne two ploughs. And he has there one villein and 
six bordars, and two serfs, and they have seven oxen towards [t?ie 
making up of] a plough. And there Hugo has ten head of cattle, and 
twelve swine, and sixty sheep. And Robert has one viigate and 
two IVrlings and a plough and a half in demesne, and the villeins 
have a plough and a half. There Robert has three villeins, and 
six bordars, and two serfs, and twelve head of cattle, and sixty 
sheep, and twenty goats. And Radulf delaTillaie has three 
quarters of one virgate, and one plough, and one villein, and four 
bordars, and they have two oxen, and seven head of cattle, and thirty 
sheep, and ten goats. And Gosfrid has one ferling, and he has there 
one plough, and one bordar, and six head of cattle, and thirty sheep. 

This manor is worth in aid of the abbot twelve pounds yearly, 
and in aid of the men-at-arms it ia worth one hundred shillings, 
.and when the abbot received [his portion of] it, it was worth 
fourteen pounds ; and when the men-at-arms received [tfieir portion 
of] it, it was worth eight pounds. 

DlfStltotia. 

Abbas Tauestochensis habet i mansionem quae uocatur 
Mideltona quae redididit [sic] gildum tempore regis Eduuardi 
pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt arare xv carrucde. Inde habet 
abbas i uirgam et v carrucas in dominio et uillani habent i 
nirgam et x carrucas. Ibi habet abbas xiiii uillanos et xii 
bordarios et xii seruos et xx et ii animalia et xii porcos et 
clxx oues et xxx capras et x agros nemoris et xx prati et occc 
agros pascose. Hsec ualet viii libras et quando abbas recepit 
iiii libras. 

Cum ista mansione tenet abbas ii mansiones quas tenuerunt 
ii tegni pariter ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus et una nocatur Lega et alia lideltona et reddideront 



THB DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUER. 231 

and twelve serfs, and seventeen villeins, and twenty bordars, with 
fourteen ploughs. There is a mill serving the court, and there 
are sixteen acres of meadow. Pasture ten furlongs in length and 
as many in breadth. Wood two leugas in length and one leuga 
in breadth. 

Of this land of this manor Ermenald holds half a virgate of 
land. Raduif holds as much. Another Radulf holds three parts 
of one virgate of land. Robert holds one virgate and two fer- 
lings. Goisfrid one ferling. Hugo half a hide, and a third part 
of one virgate of land, and one ferling. 

These lands were held of the abbot by four thegns in the time 
of king Edward, and they [M^ tA^s] could not be separated from 
the church. There are in demesne six ploughs and a hal( and four 
serfs, and six villeins, and seventeen bordars, and three coscets, 
with four ploughs. The whole is worth to the abbot twelve pounds. 
To the men-at-arms it is worth a hundred shillings. Formerly it 
was worth twenty-two pounds altogether. 



Ipsa secclesia tenet Middeltone. Tempore regis Eduuardi 
geldabat pro dimidia hida. Terra est xv carucis. In 
dominio sunt v carucae et xii serui et xiiii uillani et xii bor- 
darii cum x carucis. Ibi xx acrae prati et cccc acras pasturs 
et x acrae siluae. Olim iiii libras modo ualet viii libras. 

Cum hoc manerio tenet abbas ii terras Lege et Liteltone. 
Has tenuerunt ii taini tempore r^s Eduuardi pro ii maneriis 
et geldabant pro dimidia hida. Terra est xv carucis. In 
dominio est i caruca et iii serui et iiii uillani et v bordarii 
cum iiii carucis. Olim xxx solidos. Modo ualet Ix solidos. 



232 THE DEYONSHIBB DOKESDAY — EXETER. 

gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt arare xv carrucae. 
Inde habet abbas i fertinum et i carrucam in dominio et 
villani i uiigam et iii fertinos et iiii carrucas. Ibi habet abbas 
iiii uillanos et iii seruos et v bordarios et iiii animalia et xxx 
ones. £t ualent per annum Ix solidos et quando abbas recepit 
xxx solidoa— jS?awi. D. (176, 1776) 164. 

The abbot of Tavistock has a manor called Mideltona, which 
rendered geld in the time of king Edward for half a hide. 
This can be ploughed by fifteen ploughs. Of it the abbot has one 
vii^te and five ploughs in demesne, and the villeins have one 
virgate and ten ploughs. There the abbot has fourteen villeins, 
and twelve bordars, and twelve serfs, and twenty-two head of 
cattle, and twelve swine, and one hundred and seventy sheep, and 
thirty goats, and ten acres of wood, and twenty acres of meadow, 
and four hundred acres of pasture. This [manor] is worth eight 
pounds, and when the abbot received it, it was worth four pounds. 

With this manor the abbot holds two manors, which two th^gns 
held in partage on the day on which king Edward was alive and 
dead, and one is called Lega, and the other Lideltona, and they 
Tendered geld for half a hide. This [Zane2] can be ploughed by 
lifteen ploughs. Of it the abbot has one ferling and one plough 
in demesne, and the villeins have one virgate and three ferlings, 
and four ploughs. There the abbot has four viUeins, and three 
serfs, and five bordars, and four head of cattle, and thirty sheep ; 
and they [t?ie manors] are worth yearly sixty shillings, and when 
the abbot received them, they were worth thirty shillings. 

Abbas habet i mansionem quae uocatur Lideltona quae red- 
didit gildum tempore regis Eduuardi pro dimidia hida. Hanc 
possunt arare iii carrucaB. Gosfridus tenet eam de abbate et 
est de dominio abbatis. Inde habet Gosfridus dimidiam 
tdrgam et i carrucam in dominio et uillani dimidiam uirgam 
et ii carrucas. Ibi habet Gosfridus v uillanos et ii bordarios 
et iii seruos et xxiiii animalia et x porcos et c ones et 1 capras 
et xii agros nemoris et x prati et Ixxx agros pascuae. Et 
ualet per annum xxx solidos et quando abb^ recepit ualebat 
XX solidos.— ^a»7i. R (176, 1776) 164. 

The abbot has a manor called Lideltona, which rendered geld 
in the time of king Edward for half a hide. This can be ploughed 
by three ploughs. Gosfrid holds this of the abbot, and it is of 
the demesne of the abbot. Of it Gosfrid has half a virgate and one 
plough in demesne, and the villeins have half a virgate and two 
plough& There Gosfirid has five villeins, and two bordars, and three 



THE DEVONSHIBE D0ME8DAT — ^EXCHEQUER. 233 



The church itself holds Middeltone. In the time of king 
Edward it paid geld for half a hide. There is land for fifteen 
ploughs. In demesne are five ploughs, and twelve serfs, and four- 
teen villeins, and twelve bordars, with ten ploughs. There are 
twenty acres of meadow, and four hundred acres of pasture, and 
ten acres of wood. Formerly it was worth four pounds, now it is 
worth eight pounds. 

With this manor the abbot holds two lands, Lege and Liteltone. 
These were held by two thegns in the time of king Edward as 
two manors, and they [tAe manors] paid geld for half a hide. 
There is land for fifteen ploughs. In demesne are one plough, 
and three serfs, and four villeins, and five bordars, with four 
ploughs. Formerly it was worth thirty shillings ; now it is worth 
sixty shillings. 



l.(9eItone« 

Goisfridus tenet de abbate Lideltone. Tempore r^is 
Eduuardi geldabat pro dimidia hida. Terra est iii carucis. 
Ibi sunt cum v uillanis et ii bordariis et iii semis. Ibi x 
acrae prati et quater xx acrae pasturae et xii acrae siluae. 
Olim XX solidos. Modo ualet xxx. — ExcA. D. 103 (3) ; Sa. 



Goisfrid holds of the abbot Lideltone. In the time of king 
Edward it paid geld for half a hide. There is land for three 
ploughs. They are there, with five villains, and two bordars, and 
three serfs. There are ten acres of meadow, and eighty acres of 
pasture, and twelve acres of wood. Formerly it was worth twenty 
shillings. Now it is worth thirty shillings. 



234 THE DWOSBBim D0MB8DAY — ^EXETER. 

serfs, and twenty-four head of cattle, and ten swine, and one hundred 
sheep, and fifty goats, and twelve acres of wood, and ten of meadow, 
and eighty acres of pasture ; and it is worth yearly thirty shillings, 
and when the abbot received it, it was worth twenty shillings. 

Abbas habet i mansionem quae uocatur Hadreleia qusB red- 
didit gilduzQ tempore regis Eduuardi pro iii hidis. Has 
possunt arare xxx carracse. Inde habet abbas dimidiam 
hidam in domimo et iii carmcas et uillani i hidam et dimidiam 
et X camicas et Nigellus i francus miles habet inde dimidiam 
uirgam dimidium ferlinnm minus. In ea habet Nigellus i 
carrucam in dominie et uillani aliam carrucam. Et babet ibi 
V cocetos et i seruum et vi animalia et iiii porcos et xl cues. 
Et Walterus habet inde dimidiam hidam et dimidiam uirgam. 
Inde habet Walterus dimidiam uirgam et i carrucam in 
dominie et uillani dimidiam hidam et iiii carrucas et xii 
animalia. Habet in ea Walterus et x perces et 1 oues et i 
melendinum qui reddit per annum vi denarios et vii uillanes 
et ii berdaries et i seruum. Et Gosfridus dimidiam uirgam et 
dimidium ferlinum. In ea habet Gosfridus i carrucam et 
uillani aliam et iiii uillanes et i seruum et i uaccam et v 
capraa Et Badulfus dimidiam uirgam et i carrucam et i uil- 
lanum et iiii berdaries et vii animalia et iii perces et xii eues 
et vi capras. In ea mansiene habet abbas xxvi uillanes et vi 
cecetes et vi semes et xv animalia et iiii perces et xliiii eues 
et xxiiii capras et ii leugas et' dimidiam nemeris in lengitu- 
dine et dimidiam in latitudine et c agres prati et iii leugas 
pascusB in lengitudine et dimidiam in latitucUne. Hsec mansio 
ualet per annum ad epus abbatis x libras et ad epus militum 
Ix selides et quande abbas recepit ualebat iiii libras et quando 
recepit abbas terram militum ualebat xl selides. — Eocan. D. 
(178) 164. 

The abbot has a manor called Hadreleia, which rendered geld in 
the time of king Edward for three hides. These can be ploughed 
by thirty ploughs. Of it the abbot has half a hide in demesne, 
and three ploughs, and the villeins have one hide and a half and 
ten ploughs. And Nigel, a free man-at-arms, has of it half a 
virgate less half a ferling. In this Nigel has one plough in demesne, 
and the vUleins have another plough. And he has there five 
coscets, and one serf, and six head of cattle, and four swine, and 
forty sheep. And Walter has of it half a hide and half a virgate. 
Of this Walter has half a virgate and one plough in demesne, and 
the villeins have half a hide and four ploughs, and twelve head of 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT — ^EXCHEQUER. 235 



Ipsa aecclesia tenet Adrelie. Tempore regis Eduuardi 
geldabat pro iii hidis. Terra est xxx carucis. In dominio 
sunt iii carucae et vi serui et xxvi uillani et vi cosceti cum 
X carucis. Ibi c acrae prati. Pastura iii leucae longitudine 
et dimidia leuca latitudine. Silua ii leucae et dimidia longi- 
tudine et dimidia leuca latitudine. 

De hac terra huius manerii tenet Nigel dimidiam virgatam 
terrae dimidium ferling minus. Walterus iii vit^atas terrae. 
Goisfridus dimidiam virgatam terrae et dimidium ferling. 
Radulfus dimidiam virgatam terrae. Ibi sunt in dominio 
iiii carucae et iii serui et xii uillani et iiii bordarii et v 
cosceti cum vi carucis et molinus reddens vi denarios 
in terra Goisfridi. Hoc manerium ualet abbati x libras. 
Militibus iii libras. Olim ualebat ix libras inter totum. — 
ExcA, D, 103 (3) ; 8^. 



The church itself holds Adrelie. In the time of king Edward 
it paid geld for three hides. There is land for thirty ploughs. In 
demesne are three ploughs, and six serfs, and twenty-six villeins, 
and six coscets, with ten ploughs. There are a hundred acres of 
meadow. Pasture three leugas in length, and half a leuga in breadth. 
Wood two leugas and a half in length, and half a leuga in breadth. 

Out of this land of this manor Nigel holds half a virgate of 
land less half a ferling. Walter three virgates of land. Goisfrid 
half a virgate of land and half a ferling. Radulf half a virgate 
of land. There are in demesne four ploughs, and three serfs, and 
twelve villeins, and four bordars, and five coscets, with six ploughs, 



236 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMKSDAT — EXETER. 

catUe. In this Walter also has ten swine, and fifty sheep, and a 
mill which renders yearly six pence, and seven villeins, and two 
bordars, and one serf. And Gosfrid [has] half a viigate and half a 
ferling. In this Gosfrid has one plough, and the villeins have 
another plough; and he has four laQeins, and one serf, and one 
cow, and five goats. And Radulf has half a viigate, and one plough, 
and one villein, and four bordars, and seven head of cattle, and 
three swine, and twelve sheep, and six goats. In this manor the 
abbot has twenty-six villeins, and six coscets, and six serfe, and 
fifteen head of cattle, and four swine, and forty-four sheep, and 
twenty-four goats, and of wood two leugas and a half in length, 
and half a leuga in breadth, and one hundred acres of meadow, 
and of pasture three leugas in length and half a leuga in breadth. 
This manor is worth yearly in aid of the abbot, ten pounds, 
and in aid of the men-at-arms, sixty shillings, and when the abbot 
received it, it was worth four pounds. And when the abbot received 
the land belonging to the men-at-arms it was worth forty shillings. 

Abbas habet i mansionem qusB uocatur Torneberia quse 
reddidit gildum tempore regis Eduuardi pro i hida. Hanc 
possunt arare x carrucae. Hanc tenet Badulfus de abbate. 
Inde habet Eadulfus i uirgam et ii'carrucas in dominio et 
uillani iii uirgas et iiii carrucas. Ibi habet Eadulfus x uil- 
lanos et vi bordarioa et iii seruos et xiiii animalia et xv porcos 
et 1 ones et xxx capras et xx agros nemoris et c agros prati et 
cxx agros pascuae. Et ualet per annum Ix solidos. Quando 
abbas earn recepit oalebat minus. — Exan, D. (1785) 165. 

The abbot has a manor called Torneberia, which rendered geld 
in the time of king Edward for one hide. This can be ploughed 
by ten ploughs. Radulf holds this of the abbot Of it Riuiulf 
has one virgate and two ploughs in demesne, and the villeins have 
three virgates and four ploughs. There Radulf has ten villeins, and 
six bordars, and three serfs, and fourteen head of cattle, and fifteen 
swine, and fifty sheep, and thirty goats, and twenty acres of wood, 
and one hundred acres of meadow, and one hundred and twenty 
acres of pasture. And it is worth yearly sixty shillings. When 
the abbot received it, it was worth less. 

AltDtftOtUI. 

De mansione quae uocatur Olwritona erat saisitus abbas 
Tauestochensis ea die qua rex Willelmus misit barones suos 
ad inquirendas terras Angliae et antecessor suus ante eum 
fuerat inde saisitus. Et per barones regis inde desaisitus 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXCHEQUSB. 237 

and a mill in the land of Goisfrid rendering six pence. This 
manor is worth to the abbot ten pounds. To the men-at-arms 
three pounds. Formerly it was worth nine pounds altogether. 



tloxnAttit. 

Radulfus tenet de abbate Tomeberie. Tempore regi^ 
Eduuardi geldabat pro una hida. Terra est x carucis. In 
dominio sunt ii carucae et iii serui et x uillani et vi bordarii 
cum iiii carucis. Ibi c acrae prati et cxx acrae pasturae et 
XX acrae siluae« Valet iii lihras^^ExcA, D, 103 (3) ; 8a. 



Radulf holds of the abbot Tomeberie. In the time of king 
Edward it paid geld for one hide. There is land for ten ploughs. 
In demesne are two ploughs, and three serfs, and ten villeins, and 
six bordars, with four ploughs. There are one hundred acres of 
meadow, and one hundred and twenty acres of pasture, and twenty 
acres of wood It is worth three pounds. 



238 TBS DSVONStilRE DOMESDAY — ^EXETER. 

fuit propter hoc qnod testati sunt Angli quod ad abbatiam 
non pertinuit ea die qua rex Eduuardas uiuns et mortuus 
Mt—Exon. D. (1786) 165. 

Of the manor called Olwritona the abbot of Tavistock was seised 
on the day on which king William sent his barons to inquire into 
the lands of England, and his \th& ahho^i\ predecessor before him 
had been seised of the same. And he was disseised of the same by the 
king's barons because the English testified that it did not belong to 
the abbey on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead. 

Kama. 

Abbas habet i mansionem quae uocatur Hama et reddidit 
gildum pro ii hidis. Has possunt arare zx carrucae. Inde 
habet abbas i uirgam et ii carrucas in dominio et villani i 
hidam et iii nirgas et xv carrucas. Ibi habet abbas xx et i 
uillanvm et vi bordarios et iiii seruos et vi animalia et 
iiii porcos et c et xviii ones et ii agros nemoris et vi agros 
prati et Ix agros pascuae. Haec mansio reddit per annum c 
solidos et quando abbas recepit ualebat Ix solidos. — Eocon. D. 
(1786) 165. 

The abbot has a manor called Hama, and it rendered geld for 
two hides. These can be ploughed by twenty plongha Of it the 
abbot has one virgate and one plough in demesne, and the villeins 
have one hide and three virgates, and fifteen ploughs. There the 
abbot has twenty-one villeins, and six bordars, and four serfs, and 
six head of catUe, and four swine, and one hundred and eighteen 
sheep, and two acres of wood, and six acres of meadow, and forty 
acres of pasture. This manor renders yearly a hundred shillings ; 
and when the abbot received it, it was worth sixty shillings. 



Abbas habet i mansionem quae uocatur Wrdieta quae red- 
didit gildum tempore Eduuardi regis pro dimidia hida. Hanc 
possunt arare v carrucaB. Inde habet abbas dimidiam uirgam 
et i carrucam in dominio et villani i uirgam et dimidiam et i 
carrucam. Ibi habet abbas vi uillanos et v bordarios et i 
senium et xx cues et vi capras et xii agros nemoris et viii 
agros prati. Haec ualet xx solidos et quando abbas recepit 
ualebat x solidos. — Eooon. D. (1786) 165. 

The abbot has a manor called Wrdieta, which rendered geld in 
the time of king Edward for half a hide. This can be ploughed 
by five ploughs. Of it the abbot has half a virgate and one plough 



THE DK70NSHIB£ ]>OMESDAT — ^SXGHEQUSB. 239 



Ipsa aecclesia tenet Hame. Tempore r^fs Eduuardi 
geldabat pro ii hidis. Terra est xx carucis. In dominio 
sunt ii carucse et iiii semi et xxi uillanus [sic] et vi bordarii 
cum XV carucis. Ibi vi acrae prati et Ix acrac pasturae et ii 
acrae siluae. Olim Ix solidos. Mode ualet c solidos. — 
ExcA. D, 103 (4) ; %b. 



The church itself holds Hame. In the time of king Edward it 
paid geld for two hides. There is land for twenty ploughs. In 
demesne are two ploughs, and four serfs, and twenty-one villeins, 
and six bordars, with fifteen ploughs. There are six acres of 
meadow, and sixty acres of pasture, and two acres of wood. 
Formerly it was worth sixty shillings. Now it is worth a hundred 
shillings. 



88lr9(ete« 

Ipsa aecclesia tenet Wrdiete. Tempore regis Eduuardi 
geldabat pro dimidia hida. Terra est v carucis. In dominio 
est i caruca cum i seruo et vi uillani et v bordarii cum i 
caruca. Ibi viii acrae prati et xii acrae siluae. Olim x 
solidos. Modo ualet xx solidos. — Exch. D, 103 (4) ; 8d. 



The church itself holds Wrdiete. In the time of king Edward 
it paid geld for half a hide. There is land for five ploughs. In 
demesne is one plough with one serf, and there are six villems, 



240 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— rSXETER. 

in demesney and the villeins [have] one virgate and a half and one 
plough. There the abbot has six villeins, and five bordars, and 
one serf, and twenty sheep, and six goats, and twelve acres of 
wood, and eight acres of meadow. This [manor] is worth twenty 
shillings ; and when the abbot received it^ it was worth ten shillings. 

Bemfntona* 

Abbas Gosfridus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Bemin- 
tona quam tenuit Sitricius abbas ea die qua Edauardus rex 
fait uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro iiii hidis. Hanc 
possimt arare xxiiii carrucse. Inde habet abbas dimidiam 
hidam et iii carrucas in dominio et uillani ii hydas et dimi- 
diam et viii carrucas et dimidiam. In ista. habet abbas xv 
uillanos et xi bordarios et iiii seruos et iiii buros et iiii 
porcarios qui reddunt xl porcos per annum et viii animalia 
et vi porcos et xlvi oues et xxviii capras et xl agros nemoris 
et nemusculi et viii prati et i leugam pascuse Et reddit per 
annum vii libras et quando recepit ualebat c solidos. 

Et huic mansion! addita sunt ii maneria terra ii tegnorum 
qui tenebant psuiter eam die Eduuardi regis et de istis terris 
tenet Wilelmus Capra uirgam et dimidiam eti bi est terra 
vi carrucis. Et ibi habet Wilelmus i carrucam et dimidiam 
et iii uillanos et i bordarium. Et xx solidos ualet per annum 
et quando recepit ualebat xxx solidos. Hanc tenet Wilelmus 
de abbate. 

Et de ista eadem mansione tenet Gosfridus i mansionem 
quae reddit [sic] gildum pro i uirga et ibi habei Gosfridus 
iii carrucas et terram quam possunt v carrucse arrare et iii 
uillanos et iii bordarios et vi agros nemusculi et iii prati 
et communem pascuam. Et ualet per annum xv solidos 
et quando recepit ualebat xxx. — Ilxon. D, (179) 165. 

Abbot Gosfrid has a manor called Bemintona, which abbot 
Sitric held on the day on which king Edward was alive and 
dead, and it rendered geld for four hides. This can be ploughed 
by twenty-four ploughs. Of it the abbot has half a hide and 
three ploughs in demesne, and the villeins have two hides and a 
half and eight ploughs and a half. In this the abbot has fifteen 
villeins, and eleven bordars, and four serfs, and four boors, and 
four swineherds who render forty swine yearly, and eight head 
of cattle, and six swine, and forty-six sheep, and twenty -eight 
goats, and sixty acres of wood and coppice, and eight of meadow, 
and one leuga of pasture ; and it renders yearly seven pounds, and 
when he received it, it was worth a hundred shUlings. 

And to this manor have been added two manors, the land of 
two thegns who held it in partage on the day of king Edward, and 



THE DEVONSHIRB DOMBSDAT— EXCHEQUER. 241 

and live bordars with one plough. There are eight acres of 
meadow, and twelve acres of wood. Formerly it was worth ten 
shillings. Now it is worth twenty shillings. 



Semintotie. 

Ipsa aecclesia tenet Bemintone. Tempore regis Eduuardi 
geldabat pro iii hidis. Terra est xxiiii carucis. In dominio 
sunt iii carucae et iiii serui et xv uillani et xi bordarii cum 
viii carucis et dimidia. Ibi iiii buri et iiii pdrcarii reddentes 
xl porcos. Ibi viii acrae prati et Ix acrae siluae et una leuca 
pasturx. Olim c solidos. Modo ualet vii libras. 

Huic manerio sunt additae ii terrae quas tenebant ii taini 
tempore regis Eduuardi pro ii maneriis et geldabant pro 
dimidia hida. Terra est xi carucis. In dominio sunt iiii 
carucae et dimidia et vi uillani et iiii bordarii. Ibi iii acrae 
prati et vi acrae siluae minutae et pastura communis. Olim 
Ix solidos. Modo ualet xxxv solidos. Willelmus Capra et 
Goisfridus tenent de abbate modo. — Exch, D. 103 (4); 8*. 



The church itself holds Bemintone. Itt the time of king 
Edward it paid geld for three hides. There is land for twenty 
four ploughs, in demesne are three ploughs, and four serfs, and 
fifteen villeins, and eleven bordars, with eight ploughs and a half. 
There are four boors, and four swineherds rendering forty swine. 
There are eight acres of meadow, and sixty acres of wood, and 
one leuga of pasture. Formerly it was worth one hundred 
shillings. Now it is worth seven pounds. 

To this manor have been added two lands, which were held by 
two thegns in the time of king Edward as two manors, and paid 
geld for half a hide. There is land for eleven ploughs. In 
demesne are four ploughs and a half, and six villeins, and four 
bordars. There are three acres of meadow, and six acres of 
coppice, and common pasture. Formerly it was worth sixty 

R 



242 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXETER. 

of these lands William le Chi^vre holds a rirgate and a half, and 
there is land for six ploughs. And there William has one plough 
and a half, and three yOleins, and one hordar; and it is worth 
twenty shillings yearly, and when he received it, it was worth 
thirty shillings. William holds this of the ahbot. 

And of this same manor Grosfrid holds a manor which renders 
geld for one virgate, and there Gosfrid has three ploughs, and land 
which can be ploughed by five ploughs, and three villeins, and three 
bordars, and six acres of coppice, and three of meadow, and common 
pasture ; and it is worth yearly fifteen shillings, and when he received 
it, it was worth thirty. 

ttaSSomu 

Abbas habet i mansionem quae uocatur Baddona quam 
tenuit Olmerus ea die qua Ednuardus rex fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuua et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arrare ii 
carrucae. Et tenet earn Willelmus de abbate. Inde habet 
Willelmus in dominio iii ferdinos et uillani i ferdinum et 
dimidiam carrucam. Ibi habet Willelmus i uillanum et i 
seruum et xiii agros prati et 1 agros pascuse et ualet per 
annum v solidos. — Exon. D. (1796) 166. 

The abbot has a manor called Kaddona, which Olmer held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate. This can be ploughed by two ploughs. And 
William holds this of the abbot. Of it William has in demesne 
three ferlings, and the villeins have one ferling and half a plough. 
There William has one villein, and one serf, and thirteen acres of 
meadow, and fifty acres of pasture ; and it is worth by the year 
five shillings. 

liegau 

Abbas habet i mansionem quae uocatur liega quae reddidit 
gildum pro i hida die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus. Hanc possunt arare x carrucae. Hanc tenent Nigellus 
et Eobertus de abbate. Inde habet Nigellus in dominio ii 
ferdinos et dimidium et ii carrucas et uillani ii uii^gas tercia 
parte unius ferdini minus et iii carrucas. Ibi habet Nigellus 
vii uillanos et vi bordarios et iiii seruos et vi animsdia et 
X porcos et Ix ones et xvii capras et xxvi agros nemons et 
XX agros prati et xl agros pascuae. Haec pars ualet per annum 
XXV solidos et Eobertus inde habet in dominio i ferlinum 
et terciam partem ferlini et i carrucam et iii uillanos et iiii 
bordarios et iii seruos et vi animalia et vi porcos et xl cues et 
X capras et xiii agros nemoris et x agros prati et xx agros 
pascuse. Et ualet per annum xv solidos et quando recepit 
ualebat xii solidos. — Exon, D, (1796) 166. 



THE DSVONSHIBB DOMBSDAT — ^SXGHSQUSR. 243 

shillings. Now it is worth thirty-five shillings. William le Chibvre 
and Gk>istnd now hold it of the abbot 



HaBone. 

Willelmus tenet de abbate Radone. Vlmer tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terras. 
Terra est ii carucis. Ibi est unus uillanus cum dimidia 
caruca et i seruo et xiii acrae prati et 1 acrae pasturae. 
Valet V solidos. — ExcL D. 103 (4); 8*. 



William holds of the abbot Radone. Ulmer held it in the time 
of king Edward,, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. There 
is land for two ploughs. There is one villein with half a plough, 
and one serf, and there are thirteen acres of meadow, and ^ty 
acres of pasture. It is worth five shillings. 



Nigel et Robertus tenent de abbate Liege. Tempore 
regis Eduuardi geldabat pro i hida. Terra est i caruca. 
In dominie sunt lii carucae et vii semi et x uillani et x bor* 
darii cum v carucis. Ibi xxx acrae prati et Ix acrae pasturae 
et xxxviii acrae siluas. Totum ualet xl solidos. — nxck, D. 
103 (4); 8*. 



k2 



244 THE DEVONSHIBE DOMESDAY — EXETEB. 

The abbot has a manor called Liega, which rendered geld for 
one hide on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead. 
This can bo ploughed by ten ploughs. Kigel and Eobert hold 
this of the abbot. Of it Nigel has in demesne two ferlings and 
a half, and two ploughs, and the villeins have two virgates less a 
third part of one f erling, and three ploughs. There Nigel has seven 
villeins, and six bordars, and four serfs, and six head of cattle, and 
ten swine, and sixty sheep, and seventeen goats, and twenty-six 
acres of wood, and twenty acres of meadow, and forty acres of 
pasture. This part is worth yearly twenty-five shillings. And 
of it Eobert has in demesne one ferling and the third part of a 
ferling, and one plough, and three villeins, and four bordars, and 
three serfs, and six head of cattle, and six swine, and forty sheep, 
and ten goats, and thirteen acres of wood, and ten acres of meadow, 
and twenty acres of pasture ; and it is worth yearly fifteen shillings, 
and when he received it, it was worth twelve shilHngs. 

Abbas habet i mansionem quae uocatur Hundatora quam 
tenuit Sistricus abbas ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt 
arare iiii carrucse. Hanc tenet Bainaldus de abbate. Inde 
habet Eainaldus i uirgam et i carrucam in dominio. Et uillani 
i uirgam et i carrucam. Ibi habet Eainaldus ii uillanos et iiii 
bordarios et ii seruos et vii animalia et xxviii cues et xviii 
capras et ii agros nemoris et ix agros prati et i leugam pascuse. 
Haec ualet per annum xx solidos. — Exon, D, (1796) 166. 

The abbot has a manor called Hundatora, which abbot Sistric 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, 
and it rendered geld for half a hide. This can be ploughed 
by four ploughs. Eainald holds this of the abbot. Of it Eainald 
has one virgate and one plough in demesne, and the villeins have 
one virgate and one plough. There Eainald has two villeins, and 
four bordars, and two serfs, and seven head of cattle, and twenty- 
eight sheep, and eighteen goats, and two acres of wood, and nine 
acres of meadow, and one leuga of pasture. This [wiaww] is 
worth twenty shillings. 

IPeuenaberfa. 

Abbas habet i mansionem quae uocatur Deuenaberia quam 
tenuit Aldretus archiepiscopus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit 
uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc 
possunt arare v carrucse. Inde abbas dimidiam uirgam et i 
carrucam in dominio et villani i uirgam et dimidiam et iiii 
carrucas. Ibi habet abbas iiii uillanos et v bordarios et ii 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXGHEQUEK 245 

Nigel and Robart hold of the abbot Liege. In the time of 
king Edward it paid geld for one hide. There is land for one 
plough. In demesne are three ploughs, and seven serfs, and ten 
villeins, and ten bordars, with five ploughs. There are thirty acres 
of meadow, and sixty acres of pasture, and thirty-eight acres of 
wood. The whole is worth forty shillings. 



Rainaldus tenet de abbate Hundatore. Sistric abbas 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia 
hida. Terra est iiii carucis. In dominio est i caruca et ii 
serui et ii uillani et iiii bordarii cum i caruca. Ibi ix acrac 
prati et ii acrae siluac et una leuca pasturae. Valet xx 
solidos. — Exch, Z?. 103 (4); 8^. 



Rainald holds of the abbot Hundatore. Abbot Sistric held 
it in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. 
There is land for four ploughs. In demesne are one plough, and 
two serfs, and two viUeins, and four bordars, with one plough. 
There are nine acres of meadow, and two acres of wood, and one 
leuga of pasture. It is worth twenty shillings. 



Ipsa aecclesia tenet Deveneberie. Aldret archiepiscopus 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia 
hida. Terra est v carucis. In dominio est i caruca et ii 
serui et iiii uillani et v bordarii cum iiii carucis. Ibi ii acrae 
prati et xv acrae pasturae et xxv acrae siluae. Olim x 
solidos. Modo ualet xl solidos. — Exch. D. 103 (4); 8^. 



246 THB DBVONSHIRB DOMESDAY — BXETEB. 

seruos et iiii animalia et Ixx oues et xv capias et xxv agios 
nemoiis et ii agios piati et xv agios pascusB. H»c oalet xl 
soUdos et quando abbas lecepit x solidos. — Exan. D. (180) 166. 

The abbot has a manoi called Deuenabeiia, which arch- 
bishop Aldiet held on the day on which king Edward was alive 
and dead, and it rendered geld for half a hide. This can be 
ploughed by five ploughs. Of it the abbot \ha8\ half a virgate 
and one plough in demesne, and the villeins have one virgate and a 
half and four ploughs. There the abbot has four viUeins, and five 
bordars, and two serfs, and four head of cattle, and seventy sheep, 
and fifteen goats, and twenty-five acres of wood, and two acres of 
meadow, and fifteen acres of pasture. This [TTiaTzor] is worth forty 
shillings; and when the abbot received it^ it was worth ten 
shillinga 

Abbas habet i mansionem quae uocatui Willa quam tenuit 
Aldretns archiepiscopns ea die qua lex Eduuaidus fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro ii hidis. Has possunt 
arare viii canucse. Hanc tenet Grento quidam nules de 
abbate. Inde habet Grento dimidiam hidam et ii carrucas in 
dominio. Et uillani i hidam et dimidiam et v carrucas. Ibi 
habet Grento x uillanos et xii bordarios et iiii seruos et v 
animalia et xl oues et iiii agios prati et xx agros pascuaB. 
Hsec ualet iiii libras et quando abbas recepit xl solidos. — 
Exon. D. (180) 167. 

The abbot has a manor called Willa, which archbishop Aldret 
held on the day on which king Edward - was alive and dead, 
and it rendered geld for two hides. This can be ploughed by 
eight ploughs. Grento, a certain man-at-arms, holds this of the 
abbot Of it Grento has half a hide and two ploughs in demesne. 
And the villeins have one hide and a half, and five plougha 
There Grento has ten villeins, and twelve bordars, and four s^s, 
and five head of cattle, and forty sheep, and four acres of meadow, 
and twenty acres of pasture. This [ma/M^rJ is worth four pounds ; 
and when the abbot received it, it was worth forty shillings. 

Abbas habet i mansionem quae nocatur Plemestocha quam 
tenuit Sitricus abbas ea die qua rex Eduuaidus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt 
arare iiii carrucse. Inde habet abbas dimidiam uiigam et i 
caiiucam in dominio et villani i uiigam et dimidiam et iii 
canucas. Ibi habet abbas iiii uillanos et ix bordarios et v 



THX DEVONSHIBB DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUER. 247 



The church itself holds Deveneberie. Archbishop Aldred held 
it in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. 
There is land for five ploughs. In demesne are one plough, and 
two serfs, and four villeins, and five bordars, with four ploughs. 
There are two acres of meadow, and fifteen acres of pasture, and 
twenty-five acres of wood. Formerly it was worth ten shillings. 
Now it is worth forty shillings. 



rauur* 

Grento tenet de abbate Welle. Eldred archiepiscopus 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro ii hidis. 
Terra est viii carucis. In dominie sunt ii canicse et iiii 
semi et x uillani et xii bordarii cum v carucis. Ibi iiii 
acrae prati et xx acrae pasturae. Olim xl scdidos. Mode 
ualet iiii libras. — Exch, D, 103 (4); 8^. 



Grento holds of the abbot Welle. Archbishop Eldred held 
it in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for two hides. 
There is land for eight ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, 
and four serfs, and ten villeins, and twelve bordars, with five 
ploughs. There are four acres of meadow, and twenty acres of 
pasture. Formerly it was worth forty shillings. Now it is worth 
four pounds. 



Ipsa aecclesia tenet Plemestoch. Sistric tenebat tempore 
regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia hida. Terra est iiii 
carucis. In dominio est i canica et v serui et iiii uillani et 
ix bordarii cum iiii carucis. Ibi dimidia acra prati et xxx 
acrae pasturae. Olim xx solidos. Modo ualet xl solidos. — 
Exch. D. 103 (4) ; ib. 



248 THE DEVONSHIBB DOMESDAY — EXETEB. 

seruoB et iiii animalia et Ixx oues et xxxiiii capias et dimidium 
agmm prati et xxx agios pascuse. Hsec oalet xl solidos et 
quando abbas lecepit xx solidos. — Ilxon. D. (180) 167, 

The abbot has a manor called Plemestocha, which abbot 
Sitric held on the day on which king Edward was alive and 
dead, and it lendeied ^d for half a hide. This can be ploughed 
by foni ploughs. Of it the abbot has half a viigate and one 
plough in demesne, and the villeins have one viigate and a half 
and three ploughs. There the abbot has four villeins, and nine 
bordars, and five serfs, and four head of cattle,* and seventy sheep, 
and thirty-four goats, and half an acre of meadow, and thirty acres 
of pasture. This [maTzor] is worth forty shillings ; and when the 
abbot received it, it was worth twenty shillings. 

Abbas habet in Essecestra i domum quam habuit in uadi- 
monio de uno bnigense qusa solebat reddeie consuetudinem 
i^is hoc est viii denaiios. — Exon. D. (1805) 167. 

The abbot has in Exetei one house, which he had in moitgage 
from a burgess. This [Aot^e] was accustomed to lender kin^s 
custom, namely, eight pence. 



THB DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 249 



The church itself holds Plemestoch. Sistric held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There is land 
for four ploughs. In demesne are one plough, and five serfs, and 
four villeins, and nine bordars, with four ploughs. There is 
half an acre of meadow, and there are thirty acres of pasture. 
Formerly it was worth twenty shillings. Now it is woith forty 
shillings. 



In ciuitate Exonia habet abbas unam domum quam 
habuit in uadimonium de uno burgense. Et solebat reddere 
regi viii denarios per consuetudinem. — ExcfuD. 103 (4); 8^. 

In the city of Exeter the abbot has one house, which he had 
in mortgage firom a burgess. And it was wont to render to 
the king eight pence by custom. 



250 THE DSV0N8HISB DOMESDAY — ^KXBTER. 



Cerra^ abbatis Sblftsttreiutui scclesto in 

SDetoennsctra. 

|letroreiitoua« 

Abbas habet i mansionem quee uocatar Petrooestona quam 
tenuit Alumnus abbas ea die qua rex Eduuaidus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga et dimidia. Has pes- 
sunt arare v carrucse. Inde habet abbas in dominio dimidiam 
uirgam et i carrucam et uillani i uirgam et ii carrucas. Ibi 
habet abbas vi uillanos et i bordarium et ii seruos et iiii 
animalia et xx ones et iii quadragenarias nemoris in longitu- 
dine et i quadragenariam et dimidiam in latitudine et ri agros 
prati et viii quadragenarias pascuse in longitudine et y quad- 
ragenarias in latitudine. Et ualet per annum xr solidos et 
quando earn recepit ualebat tantundem. — Exon. D. (182) 168. 

iLanUsE of ^t c|)arc|) of ti)t abbot of Sitckfast 

in Detoonsb^re. 

The abbot has a manor called Petrocestoua, which abbot Alwin 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and 
it rendered geld for one virgate and a hal£ These can be ploughed 
by five ploughs. Of it the abbot has in demesne half a viigate 
and one plough, and the villeins have one virgate and two ploughs. 
There the abbot has six villeins, and one bordar, and two serfs, and 
four head of cattle, and twenty sheep, and of wood three furlongs 
in length and one furlong and a half in breadth, and six acres of 
meadow, and of pasture eight furlongs in length and five furlongs 
in breadth. And it is worth yearly fifteen shillings, and when he 
received it, it was worth as much. 

Abbas habet i mansionem qusB uocatur Aissa quae reddidit 
gildum pro i uirga et dimidia ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit 
uiuus et mortuus. Has possunt arare iii carrucss. Inde habet 
abbas in dominio dimidiam uirgam et i carrucam et uillani i 
uirgam et ii carrucas. Ibi habet abbas v uillanos et iii bor- 
darios et iii seruos et x animalia et xl ones et vi agros nemoris 
et vi agros prati et iii quadragenarias pascu8e in longitudine 
et latitudine. Et ualet per annum xx solidos et quando earn 
recepit ualebat x solidos. — Exon, D. (182) 168. 



THB DBVOMSHIBE DOMESDAY — SXCHEQUSB. 251 



VL Cerra scclesEto tie Sucfestre. 

Ecclesia Bvcfestrensis tenet Petrochestov. Tempore 
regis Eduuardi geldabat pro una virgata terrs et dimidia. 
Terra est v carucis. In dominio est i caruca et ii serui et 
vi uillani et i bordarius cum ii carucis. Ibi vi acras prati. 
Fasturae viii quarentenae longitudine et v quarentenae latitu- 
dine. Silua iii quarentenae longitudine et una quarentena 
et dimidia latitudine. Olim et modo ualet xv solidos. — 
Exch. D. 103 (4) ; 8A 



VI. ILanH of t|)e c|)atc|) of Sucfcfastt 

The church of Buckfast holds Petrochestov. In the time of 
king £dward it paid geld for one virgate of land and a half. There 
is land for five ploughs. In demesne are one plough, and two serfs, 
and six villeins, and one bordar, with two ploughs. There are 
six acres of meadow. Of pasture eight furlongs in length and five 
furlongs in breadth. Wood three furlongs in length, and one 
furlong and a half in breadth. Formerly it was, and now it is^ 
worth fifteen shillings. - 



Ipsa aecclesia tenet Aisse. Tempore regis Eduuardi 
geldabat pro una virgata terrae et dimidia. Terra est iii 
carucis. In dominio est i caruca et iii semi et v uillani et 
iii bordarii cum ii carucis. Ibi vi acrae prati et vi acrae silvae. 
Fasturae iii quarentenae longitudine et latitudine. Olim x 
solidos. Modo ualet xx solidos. — Exch, D, 103 (4) ; ib. 



252 THB DEVONSHIBB DOMESDAY — ^EXETER. 

The abbot has a manor called AiBsa, which rendered geld for 
one virgate and a half on the day on which king Edward was 
alive and dead. These can be ploughed by three ploughs. Of it 
the abbot has in demesne half a virgate and one plough, and the 
villeins have one viigate and two ploughs. There the abbot has five 
villeins, and three bordars, and three serfs, and ten head of cattle, 
and forty sheep, and six acres of wood, and six acres of meadow, 
and of pasture four furlongs in length and breadth. And it is 
worth yearly twenty shillings^ and when he received it, it was 
worth ten shillings. 

Hmtt 

Abbas habet i mansionem quae uocatur Limet et reddidit 
Gildum ea die qua rex Eduuardus fait uiuus et mortuus pro 
i hida. Hanc possont arare vii camicas. Inde habet abbas 
i uirgam et i carrucam in dominio et uillani habent iii uiigas 
et vi carrucas. Ibi habet abbas x uillanos et xiiii bordarios 
et iiii seruos et ix animalia et iiii porcos et Ixxii ones et iiii 
agros nemusculi et iii agros prati. Et ualet per annum 1 
solidos.— .Swm. R (182) 168. 

The abbot has a manor called Limet, and it rendered geld 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead for one 
hide. This can be ploughed by seven ploughs. Of it the abbot 
has one viigate and one plough in demesne, and the villeins have 
three virgates and six plough& There the abbot has ten villeins, 
and fourteen bordars, and four serfs, and nine head of cattle, and 
four swine, and seventy-two sheep, and four acres of coppice, and 
three acres of meadow ; and it is worth yearly fifty shillings. 

IPotuu 

Abbas habet i mansionem quae uocatur Dona quae reddidit 
gildum pro ii hydis ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus et 
mortuus. Hanc possunt arare x camicae. Inde habet abbas 
in dominio dimidiam hidam et i carrucam et uillani i hidam 
et HJTniHiftTn et V carrucas. Ibi habet abbas xii uillanos et ix 
bordarios et vii seruos et vi animalia et iiii porcos et Ixvi ones 
et viii quadragenarias nemusculi et viii agros prati et xii agros 
pascuae. Et ualet per annum iii libras. — JSxon. D. (182) 168. 

The abbot has a manor called Dona, which rendered geld for 
two hides on the day on which king Edward was alive and 
dead. This can be ploughed by ten ploughs. Of it the abbot has in 
demesne half a hide, and one plough ; and the villeins have one hide 
and a half, and five plough& There the abbot has twelve villeins, 
and nine bordars, and seven serfis, and six head of cattle^ and four 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 253 

The church itself holds Aisse. In the time of king Edward it 
paid geld for one virgate of land and a half. There is land for 
three ploughs. In demesne are one plough, and three serfs, and 
five vUleinSy and three bordars with two ploughs. There are six 
acres of meadow, and six acres of wood. Of pasture three furlongs 
in length and breadth. Formerly it was worth ten shillings. Now 
it is worth twenty shillings. 



l.tmet. 

Ipsa aecclesia tenet Limet Tempore regis Eduuardi 
geldabat pro una hida. Terra est viii carucis. In dominio 
est i caruca et iiii serui et x uillani et xiiii bordarii cuno vi 
carucis. Ibi iii acrae prati et iiii acrae siluae minutae. Valet 
1 solidos. — Exch, D. 103 (4) ; 8d. 



The church itself holds Limet In the time of king Edward it 
paid geld for one hide. There is land for eight ploughs. In 
demesne are one plough, and four serfs, and ten villeins, and four- 
teen bordars, with six ploughs. There are three acres of meadow, 
and four acres of coppice. It is worth fifty shillings. 



IBone. 

Ipsa aecclesia tenet Done. Tempore r^is Eduuardi 
geldabat pro ii hidis.' Terra est x carucis. In dominio est 
i caruca et vii serui et xii uillani et ix bordarii cum v 
carucis. Ibi viii acrac prati et xii acrae pasturae et vii 
quarentenae siluae minutae. Valet iii libras. — Exch. D. 
103 (4); 8*. 



The church itself holds Done. In the time of king Edward it 
paid geld for two hides. There is land for ten ploughs'. In 
demesne are one plough, and seven serfs, and twelve villeins, and 
nine bordars, with five ploughs. There are eight acres of meadow, 
and twelve acres of pasture, and seven furlongs of coppice. It is 
worth three pounds. 



254 THS DEVONSHIRB D0ME8DAT— BXBTER. 

swine, and aixtjHsix sheep, and eight furlongs of coppice, and eight 
acres of meadow, and twelve acres of pasture; and it is worth 
yearly three pounds. 

ZtUUMU 

Abbas habet i mansionem quae aocatur Trisma qnas reddidit 
gildum pro i hida ea die qua Eduuardus rex fmt uiuus et 
mortuus. Hanc possunt arraie iiii carrucae. Inde habet 
abbas in dominie i uirgam et i carrucam et uillani iii uirgas 
et iii carrucas. Ibi habet abbas iiii lullanos et ix bordarios 
et X semos et vi animalia et ix porcos ciii oues et xxii capras 
et xvi agros nemoris et iii agros prati et x pascu^e. Et ualet 
per annum xxx solidos et quando recepit ualebat xxv. — 
JExoTi. J). (1826) 169. 

The abbot has a manor called Trisma, which rendered geld for 
one hide on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead. 
This can be ploughed by four ploughs. Of it the abbot has in 
demesne one virgate and one plough, and the villeins have three 
virgates and three ploughs. There the abbot has four villeins, and 
nine bordars, and ton serfs, and six head of cattle, and nine swine, 
one hundred and three sheep, and twenty-two goats, and sixteen 
acres of wood, and three acres of meadow, and ton of pasture. And 
it is worth yearly thirty shillings, and when he received it^ it was 
worth twenty-five. 

Abbas habet i mansionem qus uocatur Haiserstona quse 
reddidit gildum pro i ferdino et dimidio et iii agris ea die qua 
Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus et mortuus. Ibi habet abbas i 
uillanum qui reddit xl denarios per annum. — Exon. D, (1826) 
169. 

The abbot has a manor called Haiserstona, which rendered geld 
for one ferling^and a half .and three acres on the day on which 
king Edward was alive and dead. There the abbot has one villein, 
who renders forty pence yearly. 

SIfoM. 

Abbas habet i mansionem quae uocatur Aissa quam tenuit 
Aluuinus abbas ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus. et reddidit gildum pro hida et dimidia. Hanc possunt 
arare x carrucae. Inde habet abbas uirgam et dimidiam in 
dominio et i carrucam et uillani habent hidam et dimidiam 
uirgam et v. carrucas. Ibi habet abbas viii uillanos et viiii 
bo^arios et vi seruos et ix animalia et Ixviii oues et xi 



THB DSVONSHIBE DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUER. 255 



Ipsa aecclesia tenet Trisma. Tempore regis Edward! 
geldabat pro una hida. Terra est iiii carucis. In dominio 
est i caruca et x serui et iiii uillani et ix bordarii cum iii 
carucis. Ibi iii acrae prati et x acrae pasturae et xvi acrae 
siluae. Olim xxv solidos. Modo ualet xxx solidos.— 
Exch, D, 104 (i) ; 9a. 



The church itself holds Trisma. In the time of king Edward 
it paid geld for one hide. There is land for four ploughs. In 
demesne are one plough, and ten serfs, and four villeins, and nine 
bordars, with three ploughs. There are three acres of meadow, 
and ten acres of pasture, and sixteen acres of wood. Fonnerly 
it was worth twenty-five shillings. Now it is worth thirty shillings. 



Ipsa aecclesia tenet Aiserstone. Tempore regis Eduuardi 
geldabat pro uno ferling et dimidio et iii acris terras. Ibi 
unus uillanus reddit xl denarios. — Exch, D. 104 (i) ; 9^. 



The church itself holds Aiserstone. In the time of king 
Edward it paid geld for one ferling and a half and three acres of 
land. There is one villein \wh6\ renders forty pence. 



Ipsa aecclesia tenet Aisse. Tempore regis Eduuardi gel- 
dabat pro i hida et dimidia. Terra est x carucis. In 
dominio est i caruca et vi serui et viii uillani et ix bordarii 
cum V carucis. Ibi iiii acrae prati. Pastura i leuca longitu- 
dine et dimidia leuca latitudine. Silua iii quarentenae 
longitudine et una quarentena latitudine. Olim et modo 
ualet xxx solidos. — Exch. D, 104 (i); 9^. 



256 THE DBVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — BXETEB. 

capras et iii quadragenarias in longitudine nemoris et i in 
latitudine et iiii agros prati et i leugam pascuae in longitudine 
et dimidiam in latitudine. Et ualet per annum xxx solidos 
et quando abbas recepit ualebat tantundem. — Exan, D. (1825) 
16y. 

The abbot baa a manor called Aissa, which abbot Alwin 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, 
and it rendered geld for a hide and a half. This can be ploughed 
by ten ploughs. Of it the abbot has one virgate and a half in 
demesne, and one plough, and the viUeins have one hide and half a 
virgate and five ploughs. There the abbot has eight villeins, and nine 
bordars, and six serfe, and nine head of cattle, and sixty-eight sheep, 
and eleven goats, and of wood three furlongs in length and one in 
breadth, and four acres of meadow, and of pasture one leuga in 
length, and half a leuga in breadth ; and it is worth yearly thirty 
shillings, and when the abbot received it, it was worth as much. 

• 

Abbas habet i mansionem quee uocatur Hetfelt quam tenuit 
Aluuinus abbas ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus et reddidit gildum pro ii hidis. Has possunt arare xii 
carrucaB. Inde habet abbas in dominie dimidiam hidam et i 
camicam et uillani habent i hidam et dimidiam et v carrucas. 
Ibi habet abbas x uillanos et ix bordarios et vi seruos et xi 
animalia et v porcos et Ix cues et xvi capras et ii agros nemus- 
culi et xl agros pascuae. Et ualet per annum xl solidos et 
quando abbas recepit ualebat xxx solidos. — Exon, D. (183) 169. 

The abbot has a manor called Hetfelt, which abbot Alwin 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, 
and it rendered geld for two hides. These can be ploughed by 
twelve ploughs. Of it the abbot has in demesne half a hide 
and one plough, and the villeins have one hide and a half and five 
ploughs. There the abbot has ten villeins, and nine bordai-s, and 
six serfs, and eleven head of cattle, and five swine, and sixty sheep, 
and sixteen goats, and two acres of coppice, and forty acres of pas- 
ture. And it is worth yearly forty shillings, and when the abbot 
received it, it was worth thirty shillings. 

jlotona. 

Abbas habet i mansionem quae uocatur Notona quam tenuit 
Alwinus abbas ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuns et reddidit gildum pro ii hidis. Has possunt arare x 
carrucae. Inde habet dimidiam hidam et i carrucam in dominio 



THE DBYONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUER. 257 



The church itself holds Aisse. In the time of king Edward it 
paid geld for one hide and a half. There is land for ten ploughs. 
In demesne are one plough, and six serfs, and eight villeins, and 
nine bordars, with five ploughs. There are four acres of meadow. 
Pasture one leuga long and half a leuga broad. Wood three fur- 
longs long and one furlong broad. Formerly it was, and now it 
is, worth thirty shillings. 



Ipsa aecclesia tenet Hetfeld. Tempore r^is Eduuardi 
geldabat pro ii hidis. Terra est xii carucis. In dominio 
est i caruca et vi serui et x uillani et ix bordarii cum v 
carucis. Ibi xl acrae pasturae et ii acrae siluae minutae. — 
Exch, D, 104 (i); ()a. 



The church itself holds Hetfeld. In the time of king Edward 
it paid geld for two hides. There is land for twelve ploughs. In 
demesne are one plough, and six serfs, and ten villeins, and nine 
bordars, with five ploughs. There are forty acres of pasture, and 
two acres of coppice. 



Ipsa aecclesia tenet Notone. Tempore regis Edwardi 
geldabat pro ii hidis. Terra est x carucis. In dominio est 
i caruca et vi serui et ix uillani et xii bordarii cum v carucis. 
Ibi ii acfae prati et xx acrae pasturae. Silua ii quarentenae 

s 



258 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXETER. 

et villani i hidam et dimidiam et v carrucas. Ibi habet abbas ix 
uillanos et xii bordarios et vi seruos et iiii animalia et iii porcos 
et Ixx cues et ii quadragenarias Hemoris in longitudine et i in 
latitudine et ii agios prati et xx agros paacuse. H86C nalet xl 
solidos et quando abbas recepit xxx solidos. — IIxon,D,{lS3) 169. 

The abbot has a manor called Notona, which the abbot Alwin 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, 
and it rendered geld for two hides. These can be ploughed by ten 
ploughs. Of them he has half a hide and one plough in demesne, 
and the yilleins have one hide and a half and five ploughs. There 
the abbot has nine villeins, and twelve bordars, and six serfs, and 
four head of cattle, and three swine, and seventy sheep, and of 
wood two furlongs in length and one in breadth, and two acres of 
meadow, and twenty acres of pasture. This [?72a7W)r] is worth forty 
shillings, and when the abbot received it, it was worth thirty 
shillings. 

Abbas habet i mansionem quae uocatur Chereforda quam 
tenuit Alwinus abbas ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt arare 
viii carrucas. Inde habet abbas i uirgam et i carrucam in 
dominio et villani iii uirgas et iii carrucas. Ibi habet .abbas 
vii uillanos et vi bordarios et iiii seruos et vi animalia et xliiii 
ones et ii agi'os prati et xx agros pascuae. Haec ualet xxx 
solidos et quando abbas recepit xx solidos. — Eason, D, (183) 169. 

The abbot has a manor called Chereforda, which the abbot 
Alwin held on the day on which king Edward was alive and 
dead, and it rendered geld for one hide. This can be ploughed by 
eight ploughs. Of it the abbot has one virgate and one plough in 
demesne, and the villeins have three virgates and three ploughs. 
There the abbot has seven villeins, and six bordars, and four seriB, 
and six head of cattle, and forty-four sheep, and two acres of 
meadow, and twenty acres of pastura This [77ianar] is worth 
thirty shillings, and when the abbot received it, it was worth 
twenty shillings. 

Srmta. 

Abbas habet mansionem quaB uocatur Brenta quam tenait 
Alwinus abbas ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus 
et reddidit gildum pro ii hidis. Has possunt arare x carrucae* 
Inde habet abbas dimidiam hidam et i carrucam in dominio et 
villani i hidam et dimidiam et v carrucas. Ibi habet abbas x 
uiUanos et viii bordarios et v seruos et xiiii animalia et Iv oues 
et iiiii agros nemoris et iiii agros prati et xxx agros pasca^e. 
Ha3C ualet xl solidos et quando abbas recepit xxx solidos. — 
Exon. D, (1836) 170. 



THE DEVONSHIRB D0MB8DAT — ^EXCHEQTTEB. 259 

longitudine et una latitudine. Olim xxx solidos. Modo 
ualet xl SQlidos. — Exch, D. 104 (i); 9a. 



The church itself holds Notone. In the time of king Edward 
it paid geld for two hides. There is land for ten ploughs. In 
demesne are one plough, and six serfs, and nine villeins, and twelve 
bordars, with five ploughs. There are two acres of meadow and 
twenty acres of pasture. Wood two furlongs long and one furlong 
broad. It was formerly worth thirty shillings. Now it is worth 
forty shillings. 



Ipsa aecclesia tenet Chereford. Tempore regis Eduuardi 
geldabat pro 1 hida. Terra est viii carucis. In dominie est 
i caruca et iiii serui et vii uillani et vi bordarii cum iii carucis. 
Ibi ii acrse prati et xx acrae pasture. Olim xx solidos. 
Modo xxx solidos. — Exch, D. 104 (i); ga. 



The church itself holds Chereford. In the time of king Edward 
it paid geld for one hide. There is land for eight ploughs. In 
demesne are one plough, and four serfs, and seven villeins, and six 
bordars, with three ploughs. There are two acres of meadow, and 
twenty acres of pasture. Formerly it was worth twenty shillings. 
Now it is worth thirty shillings. 



ISrenta. 

Ipsa aecclesia tenet Brenta. Terra regis Eduuardi gelda- 
bat pro ii hidis. Terra est x carucis. In dominio est 1 
caruca et v serui et x uillani et viii bordarii cum v carucis. 
Ibi iiii acrae prati et iiii acrae siluae et xxx acras pasturae. 
Olim xxx solidos. Modo ualet xl solidos. — Exch, D. 
104 (I); ga. 



8 2 



260 THE DEVONSfflRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

The abbot has a manor called Brentai which the abbot Alwin 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and 
it rendered geld for two hides. These can be ploughed by ten 
ploughs. Of them the abbot has half a hide and one plough in 
demesne, and the villeins have one hide and a half and five ploughs. 
There the abbot has ten villeins, and eight bordars, and five serfs, 
and fourteen head of cattle, and fifty-five sheep, and five acres of 
wood, and four acres of meadow, and thirty acres of pasture. This 
[manor] is worth forty shillings, and when the abbot received it, it 
was worth thirty shillings. 

iSrenta. 

Abbas habet i mansionem quae uocatur Brenta quam tenuit 
Alwinus abbas ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus et reddidit gildum pro x hidis. Has possuut arare vi 
carrucse. Inde habet abbas dimidiam hidam et dimidiam 
carrucam in domiDio et villani i hidam et dimidiam et iii car- 
rucas. Ibi habet abbas viii uillanos et vi bordarios et iiii 
seruos et xi animalia et Ixx cues et xxx capras et i leugam 
nemoris in longitudine et i quadragenariam in latitudine et ii 
agros et i leugam pascuae in longitudine et dimidiam in latitu- 
dine. Haec ualet xxx solidos et quando abbas recepit xx 
QoMoa.—£xon. D. (1836) 170. 

The abbot has a manor called Brenta, which the abbot Alwin 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and 
it rendered geld for two hides. These can be ploughed by six' 
ploughs. Of them the abbot has half a hide and half a plough in 
demesne, and the villeins have one hide and a half and three 
ploughs. There the abbot has eight villeins, and six bordars, and 
four serfs, and eleven head of cattle, and seventy sheep, and thirty 
goats, and of wood one leuga in length, and one furlong in 
breadth, and two acres [of meadow] and of pasture one leuga in 
length and half a leuga in breadth. This [7na;2(7r] is worth thirty 
shillings, and when the abbot received it, it was worth twenty 
shillings. 

38ttlfe0tra. 

Abbas habet i mansionem quae uocatur Bulfestra et est 
caput abbatiae et ista nunquam reddidit gildum. Ibi habet 
abbas i fabrum et x seruos qui habent ii carrucas et ibi habet 
abbas iii porcos et i leugam nemoris in longitudine et dimidiam 
in latitudine.— -fficon. D. (183) 169. 

The abbot has a manor called Bulfestra, and it is the head of the 
abbey; and this never rendered geld. There the abbot has one smith, 
and ten serfs, who have two ploughs, and there the abbot has three 
swine, and of wood one leuga in length and half a leuga in breadth. 



THE DEVONSHIfiS DOMESDAY — EXOHEQUEB. 261 

The church itself holds Brenta. In the time of king Edward 
it paid geld for two hides. There is land for ten ploughs. In 
demesne are one plough, and five serfs, and ten villeins, and eight 
bordars, with five ploughs. There are four acres of meadow, and 
four acres of wood, and thirty acres of pasture. Formerly it was 
worth thirty shillings. Now it is worth forty shillings. 



ISrettte. 

Ipsa aecclesia tenet Brente. Tempore regis Eduuardi 
geldabat pro ii hidis. Terra est vi carucis. In dominio est 
dimidia caruca et iiii serui et viii uillani et vi bordarii cum 
iii carucis. Ibi ii acrae prati. Pastura i leuca longitudine 
et dimidia leuca latitudine. Silua i leuca longitudine et una 
quarentena latitudine. Olim xx solidos. Modo xxx 
solidos. — Exch, D, 104 (i); 9a. 



The church itself holds Brente. In the time of king Edward 
it paid geld for two hides. There is land for six ploughs. In 
demesne are half a plough, and four serfs, and eight villeins, and 
six bordars, with three ploughs. There are two acres of meadow. 
Pasture one leuga in length and half a leuga in breadth. Wood 
one leuga in length and one furlong in breadth. Formerly it was 
worth twenty shillings. Now it is worth thirty shillings. 



Bvcfestre est caput abbatiae. Nunquam geldauit Ibi est 
unus faber et x serui cum ii carucis. Silua i leuca longitu- 
dine et dimidia leuca latitudine. — Exck, D. 104 (i); 9^. 



Bvcfestre is the head of the abbey. It never paid geld. 
There are one smith and ten serfs, with two ploughs. Wood 
one leuga long and half a leuga broad. 



262 THS DBVONSHIBB DOMESDAY — EXKTEB. 



Cerra ^bWisi i0ort|)onens!t£! m Detoene£(tica« 

Abbas habet i mansionem quae uocatur litaeham et reddi- 
dit gildum tempore regis Eduuardi pro dimidia hida. Hanc 
possunt arare viii carrucse. Inde habet abbas dimidiam uiigam 
et i carrucam in dominio et uillani habent viii carrucas. Ibi 
habet abbas xv uillanos et zx bordarios et i rohcinum et viii 
animalia et cxxxviiii ones et v agros nemusculi et vi agros 
prati et vi quadragenaria [sic] pascusB inter latitudinem et 
longitudinem. Et ualet per annum xl solidos. — JSxan. D, 
(184) 170. 

iLanD of t|)e 9bbot of l^orton in Debonsftice. 

The abbot has a manor called Litaeham, aod it rendered geld in 
the time of king Edward for half a hide. This can be ploughed 
by eight ploughs. Of it the abbot has half a virgate and one 
plough in demesne, and the villeins have eight ploughs. There 
the abbot has fifteen villeins, and twenty bordars, and one pack- 
horse, and eight head of cattle, and one hundred and thirty-nine 
sheep, and five acres of coppice, and six acres of meadow, and of 
pasture six furlongs in breadth and length ; and it is worth yearly 
forty shillings. 

Carssttellau 

Abbas habet i mansionem quae uocatur Caisuella quae red- 
didit gildum tempore regis Eduuardi pro hida et dimidia. 
Hanc possunt arare viii carrucse. Inde habet abbas dimidiam 
hidam in dominio et ii carrucas et uillani habent i hidam et 
iiii carrucas. Ibi habet abbas x uillanos et ix bordarios et 
ii seruos et i roncinum et vi animalia et c oues et xxx capras 
et xii quadragenarias nemoris inter longitudinem et latitu- 
dinem et xii agros prati et v quadragenarias pascusB in 
longitudine et xxx agros in latitudine. Et ualet per annum 
xl soUdos.— JEzwi. D. (184) 170. 

The abbot has a manor called Carsuella, which rendered geld in 
the time of king Edward for a hide and a half. This can be 
ploughed by eight ploughs. Of it the abbot has half a hide in 
demesne and two ploughs, and the villeins have one hide and four 



THE DEVONSHIBB DOMESDAT — ^EXCHEQUER. 263 



VII. CDerra aaclejtfe lie l^rtone. 

Ecclesia Hortvnensis tenet Liteham. Tempore regis 
Eduuardi geldabat pro dimidia hida. Terra est viii carucis. 
In dominio est una virgata terrae et xv uillani et xx bor- 
darii cum viii carucis. Ibi vi acras prati et v acrae siluae 
minutae. Pastura vi quarentenae in longitudine et latitu- 
dine. Valet xl solidos. — ExcA. D. 104 (i); go. 



VII. LanH of t|)e €t)ucc|) of l^rtone* 

The church of Hortone holds Liteham. In the time of king 
Edward it paid geld for half a hide. There is land for eight 
ploughs. In demesne are one virgate of land, and fifteen villeins, 
and twenty bordars with eight ploughs. There are six acres of 
meadow and five acres of coppice. Pasture six furlongs in length 
and breadth. It is worth forty shillings. 



Ipsa aecclesia tenet Carsvelle. Tempore regis Eduuardi 
geldabat pro i hida et dimidia. Terra est viii carucis. In 
dominio sunt ii carucae et ii serui et x uillani et ix bordarii 
cum iili carucis. Ibi xii acrae prati. Pastura v quarentenae 
in longitudine et xxx acras [sic] in latitudine. Siluae xii 
quarentenae inter longitudinem et latitudinem. Valet xl 
solidos. — ExcA. D. 104 (i); 9^. 



The church itself holds Carsvelle. In the time of king Edward 
it paid geld for one hide and a half. There is land for eight 
ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and two serfs, and ten 
villeins, and nine bordars with four ploughs. There are twelve 



264 THB DEVONSHIBE DOMESDAY — EXETEB. 

ploughs. There the abhot has ten villeins, and nine boidars, and 
two serfs, and one pack-horse, and six head of cattle, and one 
hundred sheep, and thirty goats, and of wood twelve furlongs 
in length and breadth, and twelve acres of meadow, and of pasture 
five furlongs in length and thirty acres in breadth ; and it is wortli 
yearly forty shillings. 

Abbas babet i mansionem quae uocatur Fluta, quam ipse 
tenuit ea die quar [sic] rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus 
et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt arare vi 
carrucde. Inde habet abbas dimidiam uirgam in dominie et i 
carrucam et uillani habent iii uirgas et, dimidiam et iii 
camicas. Ibi habet abbas vi uillanos et x et ix bordarios et 
ii seruos et i loncinum et ii animalia et xlvi cues et viii agios 
prati et v quadragenarias pascusB in longitudine et tantundem 
in latltudine et xi salinarias quae reddunt per annum xi 
denarios. Et ualet per annum xl solidos. — JExon, D, (184) 170. 

The abbot has a manor called Fluta, which he himself held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for half a hide. This can be ploughed by six ploughs. 
Of it the abbot has half a virgate in demesne and one plough, and 
the villeins have three virgates and a half and three plougha 
There the abbot has six villeins, and nineteen bordars, and two 
serfs, and one pack-horse, and two head of cattle, and forty-six 
sheep, and eight acres of meadow, and of pasture five furlongs in 
length and as much in breadth, and eleven saltworks which render 
yearly eleven pence ; and it is worth by the year forty shillinga 

ISeta« 

Abbas habet i mansionem quae uocatur Bera quam ipse 
tenuit ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus et 
reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt arare vii 
carruc8e. Inde habet abbas dimidiam uirgam in dominio et i 
carrucam et uillani habent iii uirgas et dimidiam et v carrucas. 
Ibi habet abbas vii uillanos et xx bordarios et ii seruos et i 
uaccam et c ones vii minus et vii agros prati et i leugam 
pascuas in longitudine et dimidiam in latitudina Et ualet 
per annum iiii libras. Ab hanc [sic] mansione ablatus est i 
fertinus terrse et iiii salinse quem [sic] tenet modo Drogo de 
comite de Moritonio. — Uxon, D, (1846) 170. 

The abbot has a manor called Bera, which he himself held 
on the day in which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — BXOHEQUER. 265 

acres of meadow. Pasture five furlongs in length and thirty acres 
in breadth. Of wood twelve furlongs in length and breadth. It 
is worth forty shillings. 



Ipsa secclesia tenet Flveta, Tempore regis Eduuardi 
geldabat pro dimidia hida. Terra est vi carucis. In dominio 
est i caruca et ii serui et vi uillani et xix bordarii cum iii 
carucis. Ibi viii acrse prati et pastura v quarentenae in 
longitudine et tantundem in latitudine et xi salinse red- 
dentes xi denarios per annum. Valet xl solidos. — Excfu 
D. 104 (i); 9a. 



The church itself holds Flveta. In the time of king Edward it 
paid geld for half a hide. There is land for six ploughs. In 
demesne are one plough, and two serfs, and six villeins, and nine- 
teen bordars with three ploughs. There are eight acres of meadow, 
and pasture five furlongs in length and as much in breadth, and 
eleven saltworks rendering eleven pence yearly. It is worth forty 
shillings. 



Sera* 

Ipsa aecclesia tenet Bera. Tempore regis Eduuardi gelda- 
bat pro dimidia hida. Terra est vii carucis. In dominio 
est i caruca et ii serui et vi uillani et xx bordarii cum v 
carucis. Ibi vii acrae prati. Pastura i leuca longitudine et 
dimidia leuca latitudine. Valet Ix solidos. 

De hoc manerio ablatus unus ferling terrae et iiii salinae. 
Drogo tenet de comite Moritonensi. — ExcK D, 104 (i); 9a. 



The same church holds Bera. In the time of king Edward it 
paid geld for half a hide. There is land for seven ploughs. In 



266 THX DEYONSHIBB DOMSSDAT— EXETKB. 

lendered geld for half a hide. This can be ploughed by seven 
plougha Of it the abbot has half a virgate in demesne and one 
plough, and the villeins have three virgates and a half and five 
ploughs. There the abbot has seven villeins, and twenty bordars, 
and two serfs, and one cow, and ninety-three sheep, and seven 
acres of meadow, and of pasture one leuga in length and half a 
leuga in breadth; and it is worth yearly four pounds. From 
this manor have been taken away one ferling of land and four 
saltworks, which Drogo now holds of the earl of Mortain. 



THE DSVONSHIBI DOMESDAT — ^SXOHEQUXB. 267 

demesne are one plough, and two serfs, and six villeins, and 
twenty bordars with five ploughs. There are seven acres of 
meadow. Pasture one leuca in length and half a leuca in breadth. 
It is worth sixty shillings. 

From this manor have been taken one ferling of land and four 
saltworks. Drogo holds it of the earl of Mortain. 



268' THB DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT — ^BXBTEB. 



Cenra^ a^ccle£(iarum qba^ Date £A)nt Nanette 

in elemosiina. 

Abbas Crenebumensis secclesise habet i mansionem quae 
uocatur Losbera quse reddidit gildum tempore regis Eduuardi 
pro dimidia bida. Hanc possunt arare vi carrucse. Inde 
habet abbas i uirgam et ii camicas in dominio et villani i 
uirgam et iiii carrucas. Ibi habet abbas viii uillanos et vii 
bordarios et iiii seruos et ii animalia et Ix ones et vi agros 
nemoris et iii agros prati et xxz agros pascuae. Hsec ualet be 
solidos.— ^a:a?u D. (194) 176. 

iLanDs! of dburdbed toM |)abe been gflien to 

saints! in alms* 

The abbot of the church of Cranbome has a manor caUed 
Losbera, which rendered geld in the time of king Edwaid for 
half a hide. This can be ploughed by six ploughs. Of it the 
abbot has one virgate and two ploughs in demesne, and the yilleins 
one virgate and four ploughs. There the abbot has eight villeins, 
and seven bordars, and four serfs, and two head of cattle, and sixty 
sheep, and six acres of wood, and three acres of meadow, and 
thirty acres of pasture. This is worth sixty shillings. 



THE DBVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXOHEQUBB. 269 



VliL Cerra (tttltam Crenebbrnensis* 

Ecclesia Crenebvrnensis tenet Losbere. Tempore regis 
Eduuardi geldabat pro dimidia hida. Terra est vi carucis. 
In dominio sunt ii carucae et iiii semi et viii uillani et vii 
bordarii cum iiii carucis. Ibi iii acrae prati et xxx acrae 
pasturae et vi acrae siluae. Valet Ix solidos. — ExcA, D, 
104 (i); 9a. 



VIII. iLanD of tbe €t)urd) of Cranbome. 

The church of Cranbomp holds Losbere. In the time of 
king Edward it paid geld for half a hide. There is land for six 
ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and four serfs, and eight 
villeins, and seven bordars with four ploughs. There are three 
acres of meadow, and thirty acres of pasture, and six acres of 
wood. It is worth sixty shillings. 



270 THB DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT— EXETEB. 



Colttona* 

Abbas de PraBlio habet i hidam terrse et i SBCclesiam in 
Colitona quam tenuit Torbertus ea die qua Eduuardas rex 
f uit uiuus et mortaus. Ibi habet abbas in dominio i uiigam 
et i camicam et uUlani iii uirgas et iii camicas. Illic habet 
abbas vi uillanos et iiii bordarios et viii animalia et ii agros 
nemoris et viii pratL Et ualet per annum xxx solidos. — 
Exon. D. (195) 177. 



The abbot of Battle has one hide of land and one church in 
Colitona, which Torbert held on the day in which king Edward 
was alive and dead. There the abbot has in demesne one viigate 
and one plough, and the villeins have three virgates and three 
ploughs. In this the abbot has six viUeinSy and four bordacs, and 
eight head of cattle, and two acres of wood and eight of meadow ; 
and it is worth by the year thirty shillings. 

eMtttntxsu 

Abbas Batailliae habet in Essecestra i secclesiam de sancto 
Oilafo et vii domus quae reddebant oonsuetudinem hoc est 
iiii solidos et viii denarios per annum et i quae non reddebat. 
—Mean. D. (196) 178. 

The abbot of Battle has in Exeter one church of Saint Olaf, 
and seven houses which rendered custom, that is to say, four 
shillings and eightpence yearly; and one house which did not 
render \cufstom\ 



THE DSYONSHIRE DOMSSDAT— EXCHEQUER. 271 



IX. ®uoD tenet a^cclesto De Habatatlge. 

Colttone* 

Ecclesia de Labatailge tenet aecclesiam de Colitone cum 
i hida et ibi est i caruca in dominio et vi uillani et iiii bor- 
darii cum iii carucis et viii acrae prati et ii acrs silus. 
Valet XXX solidos. Turbertus tenebat tempore regis 
Eduuardi. — Exch. D. 104 (i); 9^ 

Ipsa aecclesia habet in Excestre aecclesiam Sancti Olaf 
et vii domus reddentes iiii solidos et viii denarios de con- 
suetudine et unam domum quae non reddebat consuetu- 
dinem. — Exch. D, 104 (2); gb. 

IX. mw tbe Ct)urc|) of Sattle f)oUis!. 

The church of Battle holds the church of Colitone with one 
hide, and there are one plough in demesne, and six villeins, and 
four bordars with three ploughs, and eight acres of meadow, and 
two acres of wood. It is worth thirty shillings. Turbert hel3 it 
in the time of king Edward. 

The church itself has in Exeter the church of St Olaf, and 
seven houses rendering four shillings and eightpence by custom, 
and one house which did not render custom. 



272 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETEB. 



ettu 

Canonici Sanctse Marise de Bothomago habent i mansionem 
qusB aocatur Otri (et i ortum et i salinam qui reddunt xxx 
denarios in terrain Sancti Michahelis de Sedemuda) quam ipsi 
habuerunt tempore regis Eduuardi et reddebat gildum pro 
XXV hidis. Has possunt arare xlvi carrucse. Inde habent 
canonici in dominio v hidis et iii carrucas et uillani xx hidas 
et xl cai'rucas. Ibi habent canonici Iv uillanos et xxiiii bor- 
darios et xvii seruos et v porcarios qui reddunt xxxi solidos 
et iii denarios et i runcinum et xxiiii animalia et vi porcos 
et cxxx cues et xviii equas siluestres et iii molendinos qui 
reddunt xxx solidos per annum et xx agros ~nemoris et cc 
agros prati et viii hidas pascuse. — Exan, D, (195) 177. 

The canons of St. Mary of Eouen have a manor called Otri (and 
one garden and one saltwork which render thirty pence, in the 
land of St. Michael of Sidmouth), which they themselves had in 
the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for twenty-five hides. 
These can be ploughed by forty-six ploughs. Of them the canons 
have in demesne five hides and three ploughs, and the villeins have 
twenty hides and forty ploughs. There the canons have fifty-five 
viUeins, and twenty-four bordars, and seventeen serfs, and five 
swineherds who render thirty-one shillings and three penc6, and 
one pack-horse, and twenty-four head of cattle, and six swine, and 
one hundred and thirty sheep, and eighteen brood mares, and three 
mills which render thirty shillings yearly, and twenty acres of wood, 
and two hundred acres of meadow, and eight hides of pasture. 

Uottrtge. 

Et idem canonici habent aliam mansionem qusB uocator 
Bourige quam tenuit Oluieua ea dia qua rex Eduuardus fait 
uiuus et mortuus et istam dedit rex Willelmus ipsis canonicis 
et reddidit gildum pro iii hidis. Has possunt arare xii carrucae. 
Inde habent ipsi in dominio i hidam et ii carrucas et uillani 
ii hidas et x carrucas. Ibi habent canonici xx uillanos et viii 
bordarios et iiii seruos et xx animalia et Ixxii ones et xxx 
capras et dimidiam hidam nemoris et xx agros prati. 

Et reddunt has ii mansiones Ixx libras rothomagensium 
denariorum per annum. — Eocon. D, (195) 178. 



THS DEVONSHIRE DOMSSDAT— BXCHEQUSB. 273 



X. Cerra ^anctce £Haxm tie Eotomago. 

Eccleeia Sancts Maris Rotomagensis tenet de rege 
Otrei. Ipsa scclesia tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro xxv hidis. Terra est xlvi carucis. In 
dominio sunt iii carucae et xvii serui et Iv uillani et xxiiii 
bordarii cum xl carucis. Ibi v porcarii reddentes xxx 
solidos et xv denarios. Ibi iii molini reddentes xxx 
solidos et cc acra& prati et viii hide [sic] pasturae et xx 
acrae siluse et unus hortus et i salina reddentes xxx 
denarios in Sedemude terra Sancti Michaelis. — ExcA. D. 
104 (2); gi. 

X. Lanti of ^t inarp of Eoum. 

The church of St. Mary of Rouen holds of the king Otrei. 
The church itself held it in the time of king Edward, and it paid 
geld for twenty-five hides. There is land for forty-six ploughs. 
In demesne are three ploughs, and seventeen serfs, and fifty-five 
villeins, and twenty-four bordars, with forty ploughs. There are 
five swineherds rendering thirty shillings and fifteen pence. There 
are three mills rendering thirty shillings, and two hundred acres 
of meadow, and eight hides of pasture, and twenty acres of wood, 
and one garden and one saltwork rendering thirty pence, in 
Sedemude, the land of St Michael 



Hotortge. 

Ipsa aecclesia tenet Rovrige. Vlueua tenebat tempore 
regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro iii hidis. Terra est iii carucis. 
Rex Willelmus dedit Sancta^ Marie. In dominio sunt 
ii carucae et iiii serui et xx uillani et viii bordarii cum x 
carucis. Ibi xx acrae prati et dimidia hida siluae. 

Haec ii maneria reddunt per annum Ixx libras denariorum 
rodmensium. — ExcA, D, 104 (2); 9^. 



274 THB DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXETEB. 

And the same canons have another manor called Eourige, which 
Olvieva held on the day on which king Edward was alive and 
dead, and king William gave this to these canons, and it rendered 
geld for three hides. These can be ploughed by twelve ploughs. 
Of these they themselves have in demesne one hide and two 
ploughs, and the villeins have two hides and ten ploughs. There 
the canons have twenty villeins, and eight bordars, and four ser&, 
and twenty head of cattle, and seventy-two sheep, and thirty goats, 
and half a hide of wood, and twenty acres of meadow. 

And these two manors render seventy pounds of Rouen pence 
yearly. 



THE DEVONBHUIE I>OMESDAT — ^EXCHEQUER. 275 

The church itself holds Rovrige. Ulveva held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for three hides. There is land for 
three ploughs. King William gave it to Saint Mary. In demesne 
are two ploughs, and four serfs, and twenty villeins, and eight 
bordars, with ten ploughs. There are twenty acres of meadow 
and half a hide of wood. 

These two manors render yearly seventy pounds of Rouen 
pence. 



278 THS DSTONSHIRB D0MB8DAY — ^BXKTER. 

The abbot of St. Michael has a manor called Donitona, which 
earl Harold held on the day on which king Edward was alive and 
dead, and it rendered geld for two hides. These can be ploughed 
by ten ploogha Of l£em the abbot has one hide and one plough 
in demesne, and the villeins have two hides and two ploughs. 
There the abbot has nine villeins, and four bordars, and three serfs, 
and one pack-horse, and sixteen head of cattle, and two hundred 
sheep, and twenty-three goats, and one hundred acres of wood, and 
two hundred acres of pasture ; and it renders yearly forty shillings, 
and when he received it, it rendered as much. 

Sanctus Michael habet i mansionem qusB uocatur Ertdcoma 
qnam tenuit Herroldus comes ea die qua rex Eduuardus ftiit 
uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro iii hidis. Has po&- 
sunt arare xii carrucae. Inde habet abbaa Sancti Michaelis 
i hidam et i carrucam in dominio et uillani ii hidas et x 
camicas. Ibi habet abbas xvi uillanos et viii bordarios et iiii 
seruos et i runcinum et vii animalia et i molendinum qui 
ualet per annum vi solidos et i porcarium qui reddit per 
annum x porcos et xl agros nemoris et iiii agros prati et 1 
agros pascuae. Et reddit per annum Ix solidos et quando 
recepit reddidit tantundem. — EaoatL D. (195b) 178. 

St. Michael has a manor called Erticoma, which earl Harold 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, 
and it rendered geld for three hides. These can be ploughed by 
twelve ploughs. Of them the abbot of St. Michael has one hide 
and one plough in demesne, and the villeins two hides and ten 
ploughs. There the abbot has sixteen villeins, and eight bordars, 
and four serfs, and one pack-horse, and seven head of cattle, and 
one mill which renders yearly six shillings, and one swineherd who 
renders yearly ten swine, and forty acres of wood, and four acres 
of meadow, and fifty acres of pasture ; and it renders yearly sixty 
shillings, and when he received it, it rendered as much. 



THfe DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUER. 279 

The church itself holds Donitone. Earl Harold held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for three hides. There is 
land for ten ploughs. In demesne are one plough, and three serfs, 
and nine villeins, and four bordars with two ploughs. There are 
two hundred acres of pasture and one hundred acres of wood. 
Formerly it was, and now it is, worth forty shillings. 



Ifitttitovxt* 

Ipsa aecclesia tenet Herticome. Heraldus comes tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro iii hidis. Terra est 
xii carucis. In dominio est i caruca et iiii serui et xvi 
uillani et viii bordarii cum xi carucis. Ibi i porcarius red* 
dens X porcos et molinus reddens vi solidos. Ibi iiii acrae 
prati et 1 acrae pasturae et xl acrae siluae. Olim et modo 
ualet Ix solidos. — ExcA. D. 104 (2) ; gd. 



The church itself holds Herticome. Earl Harold held it in 
the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for three hides. There 
IB land for twelve ploughs. In demesne are one plough, and four 
serfs, and sixteen villeins, and eight bordars with eleven ploughs. 
There is one swineherd rendering ten swine, and a mill rendering 
six shillings. There are four acres of meadow, and fifty acres of 
pasture, and for^ acres of wood. Formerly it was, and now it is, 
worth sixty shillings. 



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280 THE DEY0N8HIRE D0MS9DAT— SXETEB. 



Abbas Cadomensifl babel i mansionem qusB uocatur NoiihaiD 
quam tenuit Bristridiis ea die qua rex Eduuaidos fdit uiuus 
et mortuos et reddidit gildum pro ii hidis et diniidia uirga. 
Modo tenet earn abbas Sancti Stepbani de dono reginse in 
elemosina. Hanc possunt arare xx carracse. Inde habet 
abbas i uirgam et iii carracas in dominio et nillani habent i 
hidam et dunidiam et dimidiam uirgam et xiiii carmcas. Ibi 
habet abbas xxiii nillanos et v bordarios et viii seraos et i 
porcarium et xxiii animalia et cccxl ones et v et i piscationem 
qu8B reddit per annum xxx denarios et ii salinas qosa red- 
dunt per annum x solidos et xxiiii agros nemoris et xxx 
agros nemusculi et xt agros prati et xv pascusd. Et reddit per 
annum xii libras et quando abbas recepit ualebat tantundem. 
—Mean. D. (194) 176. 

The abbot of Caen has a manor called Northam, which Bristric 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and 
it rendered geld for two hides and half a viigate. The abbot 
of St Stephen now holds it by the gift of the queen in 
alma This can be ploughed by twenty plougha Of them the 
abbot has one virgate and three ploughs in demesne^ and the 
villeins have one hide and a half and half a viigate and fourteen 
ploughs. There the abbot has twenty-three villeins, and five 
hordaiSy and eight ser&, and one swinehesd, and twenty-three head 
of cattle, and three hundred and forty-five eheep, and a fisheiy 
which renders yearly thirty pence, and two saltworks which render 
yearly ten shillings, and twenty-four acres of wood, and thirty 
acres of coppice, and fifteen acres of meadow, and fifteen of pasture ; 
and it renders yearly twelve pounds, and when the abbot received 
it, it was worth as much. 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUEU. 281 



xii. Cerra ^ancti ^tefant tie Catiom. 

Ecclesia Sancti Stefan! Cadomensis tenet ^rie rege Nort- 
ham. Brictric tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat 
pro ii hidis et dimidia virgata terrae. Terra est xx carucis. 
In dominio sunt iii carrucae et viii serui et xxiii uillani et 
V bordarii cum xiiii carucis. Ibi ii salini reddentes x solidos 
et piscaria reddens xxx denarios et xv acrae prati et xxiiii 
acrs siluse et xxx acrae silus minutae et xv acrae pasturae. 
Olim et modo ualet xii libras. — Exch. D. 104 (2); 9^. 



XIL Lanti of &atnt ^tep|)en of Caen. 

The church of St. Stephen of Caen holds of the king Northam. 
Brictric held it in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for 
two hides and half a virgate of land. There is land for twenty 
ploughs. In demesne are three ploughs, and eight serfs, and 
twenty-three villeins, and five bordars with fourteen ploughs. 
There are two saltworks rendering ten shillings, and a fishery 
rendering thirty pence, and fifteen acres of meadow, and twenty- 
four acres of wood, and thirty acres of coppice, and fifteen acres 
of pasture. Formerly it was, and now it is, worth twelve pounds. 



2$2 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXETER. 



Abbatissa Sanctse Trinitatia Cadomensis habet i mansionem 
qusd uocatur Ymberleia quam tenuit Bristricus ea die qua rex 
Eduuardus fait niuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i 
hida et i uirga. Hanc posaunt arare xii carracde. Inde habet 
abbatissa i uirgam et ii carrucas in dominio et villaai i hidam 
et yiii carrucas. Ibi habet abbatissa xii uillanos et ii bor- 
darios et iii porcarios qui reddunt xxx porcos et vi seruos et 
xvi animalia et Ixxx oues et vi quadragenarias nemoris in 
longitudine et ii iu latitudine et c agros pascuse. Hsec reddit 
xi Ubras et quando abbatissa recepit ualebat x libras. — JExan, 
D. 194 (176). 

The abbess of the Holy Trinity of Caen has a manor called 
Ymberleia, which Bristric held on the day on which king Edward 
was alive and dead, and it rendered geld for one hide and one 
Tirgate. This can be ploughed by twelve ploughs. Of it the 
abbess has one viigate and two ploughs in demesne, and the villeins 
have one hide and eight ploughs. There the abbess has twelve 
villeins, and two bordais, and three swineherds who render thirty 
swine, and six serfs, and sixteen head of cattle, and eighty sheep, 
and of wood six furlongs in length and two in breadth, and a 
hundred acres of pasture. This [rTiaTtor] renders eleven pounds, 
and when the abbess received it, it was worth ten pounds. 



THB DEVONSHIRB DOMESDAY — ^EXOHEQUBB. 283 



xiii. Cerra ^ancta^ Crtnttattd tie Catiom. 

VwbtxUt 

Ecclesia Sanctae Trinitatis Cadomensis tenet de rege 
Vmberlei. Brictric tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro i hida et una virgata terrae. Terra est xii 
carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et xii uillani et ii 
bordarii cum viii carucis. Ibi vi serui et iii porcarii red- 
dentes xxx porcos. Ibi c acrae pasturse. Silua vi quaren- 
tenae longitudine et ii quarentenae latitudine. Olim x 
libras. Modo ualet xi libras. — Exck. D, 104 (2) ; gi. 



XIIL iLanti of ^amt Crtnttp of Caen. 

The church of Saint Trinity of Caen holds of the king VmberleL 
Brictric held it in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for 
one hide and one virgate of land. There is land for twelve 
ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and twelve villeins, and 
two bordars, with eight ploughs. There are six serfe and three 
swineherds rendering thirty swine. There are a hundred acres of 
pasture. Wood six furlongs in length and two furlongs in breadth. 
Formerly it was ten pounds. Now it is worth eleven pounds. 



284 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETEB. 

Sbut JMottotiau 

In Sut-Moltona mansione regis habent ilii sacerdotes i 
uiigatam tense quam tenent in elemosina de rege et ualet per 
annnm xx solidos. — JExon. D. (1946) 177. 

In the king's manor of Sut Moltona four priests have one virgate 
of land, which they hold in alms of the king, and it is worth yearly 
twenty shillinga 

Sauuinus presbiter reginse habet i mansionem quae uocatur 
Birige quam tenuit Brisfertus auunculus suus pariter et potoit 
ire ad quemlibet dominum ea die qua rex Eduuardus fait 
uiuus et mortuus et reddit gildum pro iii uirgis. Has possunt 
arare iiii carrucse. Inde habet Sauuinus i uirgam et dimidiam 
carrucam in dominio et villani ii uirgas et i carrucanL Ibi 
habet Sauuinus iii uillanos et i seruum et vii animalia et xxx 
cues et ii agros pratL Haec ualet x solidos et quando 
Sauuinus recepit ualebat v solidos. Hanc terram dedit illi 
Mathilda regina in elemosina. — Exon. D, (1946) 177. 

Sawin, the queen's priest, has a manor called Birige, which Brisfert, 
his uncle, held in partage, and was free to go to whomsoever he 
pleased as lord, on the day on which king Edward was alive and 
dead, and it rendered geld for three virgates. These can be ploughed 
by four ploughs. Of them Sawin has one viigate and half a plough 
in demesne, and the villeins have two virgates and one plough. There 
Sawin has three villeins, and one serf, and seven head of cattle, and 
thirty sheep, and two acres of meadow. This [manor] is worth ten 
shillings, and when Sawin received it, it was worth five shillings. 
This land was given to him by queen Matilda in alma 

Algarus presbiter habet i hidam terrsB in Brantona man- 
sione regis quam tenet in elesemosina [sic] de rega Hanc 
possunt arare viii carrucae. Ibi habet presbiter i uirgam et 
iii carrucas in dominio et uillani habent iii uirgas et v car- 
rucas. Ibi habet presbiter iii uillanos et xxiii bordarios et y 
animalia et xii porcos et c ones et x capras et xx agros pas- 
cuae et ualet per annum 1 solidos. — Exon. D. (1946) 177. 

Algar, the priest, has one hide of land in the king's manor of Bran- 
tona, which he holds in alms of the king. This can be ploughed by 
eight ploughs. Of it the priest has one virgate and three ploughs in 
demesne, and the villeins have three virgates and five plougha There 
the priest has three villeins, and twenty-three bordars, and five head 
of cattle, and twelve swine, and a hundred sheep, and ten goats, and 
twenty acres of pasture ; and it is worth yearly fifty shilHngs. 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUER. 285 

®uoti tenent clenct He Eege. 

SbVOmoltont. 

In Svdmolt^pe tenent iiii presbyteri de rege in elemosina 
unam virgatam terrae. Valet xx so\idos.—ExcA.D.i04{2); gi. 

mW tl)t clergp bolD of t|)e filing. 

In Sudmolton four priests hold of the king itt alms one 
virgate of land. It is worth twenty shillings. 

Hiviqt* 

Sauuinus presbiter tenet de rege Birige. Bricfert tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro iii virgis terrae. 
Terra est iiii carucis. In dominio est dimidia caruca cum 
i seruo et iii uillani cum i caruca. Ibi ii acrac prati. Olim 
V solidos. Mode ualet x solidos. — ExcA. D, 104 (2) ; gd. 



Sawin the priest holds of the king Birige. Bricfert held it in 
the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for three virgates of 
land. There is land for four ploughs. In demesne are half a 
plough with one serf, and three villeins with one plough. There 
are two acres of meadow. Formerly it was worth five shillings. 
Now it is worth ten shillings. 



Algar presbiter tenet de rege in Brantone i hidam in 
elemosina. Terra est viii carucis. In dominio habet iii 
carucas et iii uillani et xxiii bordarii habent v carucas. Ibi 
XX acrae pasturae. Valet 1 solidos. — ExcA. D. 104 (2) ; gi. 



Algar the priest holds of the king in Brantone one hide in 
alms. There is land for eight ploughs. In demesne he has 
three ploughs ; and three villeins and twenty-three bordars have 
five ploughs. There are twenty acres of pasture. It is worth 
fifty shillings. 



U 



286 THS DSVOKSBIRE DOMESDAY — ^E^ETER. 



Cerra Comitisi l^ugonte in ^tttnttitiva. 

Comes Hugo habet i mansionem quae uocatur Anestinga 
quam tenutt Alnodus ea die qua rex Eduaardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt 
arare vi carmcte. Inde habet comes dimidiam uirgam in 
dominio et uillani habent i uirgam et dimidiam et iii carrucas. 
Ibi habet comes vii xdllanos et i bordarium et iiii seruos et 
zlviii agros nemoris et xii agros prati et i leugam pascuae in 
longitudine et dimidiam in latitudine. Et uaJet per annum 
XX solidos et quando comes recepit tantundem ualebat — 
Hxan. D. (286) 263. 

C|)e Lanti of t|)e Carl l^ugl) in Deban£(|)tre. 

Earl Hugh has a manor called Anestinga, which Alnod held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide. This can be ploughed by six ploughs. Of it 
Uie earl has half a virgate in demesne, and the villeins have one 
virgate and a half and three ploughs. There the earl has seven 
villeins, and one bordar, and four serfs, and forty-eight acres of 
wood, and twelve acres of meadow, and of pasture one leuga in 
length and half a leuga in breadth ; and it is worth by the year 
twenty shillings, and it was worth as much when the earl 
received it 

Comes habet aliam mansionem quae uocatur Anestiga quam 
tenuit Normannus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt 
aiare vi carrucsB. In ea habet comes viii uillanos et habent 
ii carrucas et i bordarium et ii seruos et xl agros nemoris et 
dimidiam leugam pascuse in longitudine et iii quadragenarias 
in latitudine et ualet per annum xx solidos et quando comes 
recepit ualebat tantundem. — Exan. D. (286) 263. 

The earl has another manor called Anestiga, which Norman held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for half a hide. This can be ploughed by six 
ploughs. In this the earl has eight villeins, and they have two 
ploughs, and one bordar, and two serfs, and forty acres of wood, 
and half a leuga in length and three furlongs in breadth of pasture; 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDA.T — EXCHEQUEB. 287 



xiiii. (Terra lEmgonfe Comitia. 

jannsttnge. 

Comes Hugo tenet de rege Anestinge. Alnodus tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia hida. 
Terra est vi carucis. Ibi vii uillani et iiii serui cum i 
bordarius habent iii carucas. Ibi xii acrae prati et xlviii 
acrae siluae. Pastura i leuca longitudine et dimidia leuca 
latitudine. Olim et modo ualet xx solidos. — £xcA. D, 104 
(3); loa. 



xiiiL Ct)e LanH of l^ugf) t|)e Cart. 

Earl Hugh holds of the king Anestinge. Ahiod held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There is 
land for six ploughs. There seven villeins and four serfs with 
one bordar have three ploughs. There are twelve acres of meadow 
and forty-eight acres of wood. Pasture one leuga in length and 
half a leuga in breadth. Formerly it was, and now it is, worth 
twenty shillings. 



flltieisttge* 

Ipse comes tenet Anestige. Norman tenebat tempore 
regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia hida. Terra est vi 
carucis. Ibi viii uillani et ii serui cum i bordarius habent ii 
carucas. Ibi xl acrae siluae. Pastura dimidia leuca longi- 
tudine et iii quarentenae latitudine. Olim et modo ualet xx 
solidos. — Exch, D. 104(3); io^« 



The earl himself holds Anestige. Norman held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There is land 
for six ploughs. There eight villeins and two serfs with one 
bordar have two ploughs. There are forty acres of wood. 
Pasture half a leuga in length and three furlongs in breadth. 
Formerly it was, and now it is, worth twenty shillings. 

u 2 



288 THE DEVONSHIBE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

and it is worth by the year twenty shillings^ and it was worth as 
much when the earl received it. 

SistaforOa. 

Gomes Hago habet i mansionem quss uocatur Estaforda 
quam tenuit Ednodus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt arare 
iii carruc^e et ualet per annum x solidos et quando comes 
recepit tantundem. — £xon, D, (286) 264. 

Earl Hugh has a manor called Estaforda, which Ednod held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one hide. This can be ploughed by three ploughs. And 
it IB worth by the year ten shillings, and it was worth as much 
when the earl received it. 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Landeshers quam 
tenuit Alnodus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia uirga. Hanc possunt 
aiare ii carrucse. Hsec valet x solidos et quando comes 
recepit iii solidos. — Eocon. D, (286) 264. 

The earl has a manor called Landeshers, which Alnod held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a virgata This can be ploughed by two ploughs. 
This is worth ten shillings, and when the earl received it three 
shillings. 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT — EXCHEQUER. 289 



Ipse comes tenet Staford. Alnodus tenebat tempore 
regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro i hida. Terra est iii carucis. 
Olim et modo x solidos. — Exch. D. 104 (3); \oa. 



The earl himself holds Staford. Alnod held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There is land for 
three ploughs. Formerly it was, and now it is, worth ten 
shillings. 



latiOe0]^erg. 

Ipse comes tenet Landesherg. Alnodus tenebat tem- 
pore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia virgata terrae. 
Terra est ii carucis. Olim iii solidos. Modo ualet x 
solidos. — Exch. D. 104 (3) ; loa. 



The earl himself holds Landesherg. Alnod held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a virgate of land 
There is land for two ploughs. Formerly it was worth three 
shillings. Now it is worth ten shillings. 



290 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 



QDerra ComCttsE He iKIorttonto in Vtttnmix^. 

Comes de Moritonio habet in Essecestra i {Bcclesiam et i 
domum et i uirgultum qui fuerunt in dominicatu regis 
Eduuardi ea die qua ipse fuit uiuus et mortuus. — £xo7l D. 
(2226) 203. 

HanU of tt)e earl of inortatn tn Debons|)trr. 

The earl of Mortain has in Exeter a church and a house and a 
young plantation, which were in the demesne of king Edward on 
the day on which he was alive and dead. 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Estochelia quam 
tenuit Hadimarus ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare ii 
carrucse. Inde habet comes in dominio dimidiam uirgam et 
dimidiam carrucam et uillani dimidiam uirgam et dimidiam 
carrucanL Ibi habet comes ii uillanos et iii bordaiios et iii 
animalia et viii cues et ualet per annum x solidos et quando 
recepit ualebat v solidos. — Exon. D. (214) 194 

The earl has a manor called Estochelia, which Hadimar held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate. This can be ploughed by two ploughs. Of 
it the earl has in demesne half a viigate and half a plough, and 
the villeins half a virgate and half a plough. There the earl has 
two villeins, and three bordars, and three head of cattle, and eight 
sheep; and it is worth by the year ten shillings, and it was worth 
when he received it five shillings. 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Wica quam tenuit 
Ordulfus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus et 
reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt arare iiii carmcag. 
Inde habet comes dimidiam hidam et ii carrucas in dominio 
et villani dimidiam hidam et ii carrucas. Ibi habet comes v 
uillanos et iii bordarios et vi seruos et Ixxx ones et xiiii 
capras et iiii agros nemoris et ii agros prati. Haec reddit Ix 
solidos et quando comes recepit x solidos. — £xon, D. (215) 195. 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXGHEQUEB. 291 



XV. cerra Comitte ^otiUmitmis. 

Comes Moritoniensis habet in Execestre unam aecclesiam 
et unam domus et unum uirgultum quae fuenint in dominie 
regis Eduuardi. — ExcA. D. 104 (3) ; lOa. 

XV. <E:^t ILanU of t|)e Carl of iWortafn* 

The earl of Mortain has in Exeter a church and a house and a 
young plantation, which were in the demesne of king Edward 



SbtotlitUt. 

Ipse comes tenet Stochelie. Hadimarus tenebat tempore 
regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. Terra 
est ii carucis. Ibi est i caruca cum ii uiilanis et iii bordariis. 
Valet X solidos. — ExcA. D, 104 (3); lo^. 



The earl himself holds Stochelie. Hadimar held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. 
There is land for two ploughs. There is one plough with two 
villeins and three bordars. It is worth ten shillmgs. 



Ipse comes tenet Wiche. Ordulf tenebat tempore r^s 
Eduuardi et geldabat pro una hida. Terra est iiii carucis 
quae ibi sunt cum v uiilanis et iii bordariis et vi semis. 

Ibi ii acrae prati et iiii acrae siluae. Olim x solidos. Modo 
Ix solidos ualet — ExcA, D, 104 (3); \oa. 



292 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETLR. 

The earl has a manor called Wica, which Ordulf held on the day 
on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered geld 
for one hide. This can be ploughed by four ploughs. Of it the 
earl has half a hide and two ploughs in demesne, and the villeins 
half a hide and two ploughs. There the earl has five villeins, and 
three bordars, and six serfs, and eighty sheep, and fourteen goats, 
and four acres of wood, and two acres of meadow. This renders 
sixty shillings, and when the earl received it ten shillings. 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Sotebroca quam 
tenuit Ordulfus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro ii hidis. Has possunt arare 
viii carrucse. Inde habet comes i hidam et ii carrucas in 
dominio. £t uillani i hidam et iiii carrucas. Ibi habet 
comes vii uillanos et iiii bordarios et vi seruos et i uacam 
et xl cues et viii porcos et iiii Bgvos prati et xxx agros 
pascuse. Hsec reddit iiii libras et x solidos et quando comes 
recepit xx solidos. — Uxoii, D. (215&) 195. 

The earl has a manor called Sotebroca, which Ordulf held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for two hides. These can be ploughed by eight ploughs. Of 
them the earl has one hide and two ploughs in demesne, and the 
villeins one hide and four ploughs. There the earl has seven 
villeins, and four bordars, and six serfs, and one cow, and forty 
sheep, and eight swine, and four acres of meadow, and thirty acres 
of pasture. This renders four pounds and ten shillings, and when 
the earl received it twenty shillings. 

iftat&ona. . 

Comes habet i mansionem quse uocatur Ratdona quam 
tenuit Ordulfus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida et iii uirgis. Hanc 
possunt arare vii carrucae. Inde habet comes iii uirgus et ii 
carrucas in dominio. et villani i hidam et iiii carrucas. Ibi 
habet comes viii uillanos et iiii bordarios et vi seruos et vii 
animalia et ii porcos et xl ones et xl capras et iiii agros 
nemoris et iiii agi*os prati et x agros pascuse. Haec reddit iiii 
libras et x solidos et quando comes recepit ualebat xx solidos. 
—Uxan. D. (2156) 195. 

The earl has a manor called Eatdona, which Ordulf held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one hide and three vitiates. This can be ploughed by 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXGHEQUEK. 293 

The earl himself holds VViche. Ordulf held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There is land for 
four ploughs, which are there, with five villeins, and three bordars, 
and six serfs. There are two acres of meadow and four acres of 
wood Formerly it was worth ten shillings. Now it is worth 
sixty shillings. 



Ipse comes tenet Sotebroch. Ordulf tenebat tempore 
regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro ii hidis. Terra est iiii 
carucis. In dominie sunt ii carucae et vi serui et vii uillani 
et iiii bordarii cum viii carucis. Ibi iiii acrae prati et xxx 
acrse pasturae. 

Olim XX solidos. Mode ualet iiii libras et x solidos. — 
ExcA, D. 104 (3); 10^. 



The earl himself holds Sotebroch. Ordulf held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for two hides. There is land 
for four ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and six serfs, and 
seven villeins, and four bordars, with eight ploughs. There are 
four acres of meadow and thirty acres of pasture. Formerly it 
was worth twenty shillings. Now it is worth four pounds and ten 
shillings. 



Ipse comes tenet Ratdone. Ordulf tenebat tempore 
regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro i hida et iii virgatis terrae. 
Terra est vii carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et vi serui 
et viii uillani et iiii bordarii cum iiii carucis. Ibi iiii acrae 
prati et totidem siluae et x acrae pasturae. Olim xx solidos. 
Modo ualet iiii libras et x solidos. — Exch, D. 104 (3) ; loa. 



The earl himself holds Ratdone. Ordutf held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide and three virgates of 
land. There is land for seven ploughs. In demesne are two 



294 THB DEYONSHIRE DOMESDAT— EXEFEB. 

seven ploughs. Of them the earl has three yiigates and two 
ploughs in demesne, and the villeins one hide and four plough& 
Theie the earl has eight villeins, and four hordars, and six ser&, 
and seven head of cattle, and two swine, and forty sheep, and forty 
goats, and four acres of wood, and four acres of meadow, and ten 
acres of pasture. This renders four pounds and ten shillings, and 
it was worth when the earl received it twenty shillings. 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Estocheleia qoam 
tenuit Aluuardus die quo [aic] rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i ferlino. £t modo tenet earn 
ipse Aluuardus de comite. Hanc potest arare i carruca. £t 
ibi habet Aluuardus i carrucam in dominio et iii bordarios et 
ii seruos et iiii animalia et xxiiii oues et xxiiii capras. x 
solidos ualet per annum base mansio. — £(con. D. (210) 189. 

The earl has a manor called Estocheleia, which Alward held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one ferling. And now Alward himself holds this manor 
of the earl This can be ploughed by one plough. And there 
Alward has one plough in demesne, and three hordars, and two 
serfs, and four head of cattle, and twenty-four sheep, and twenty- 
four goats. This manor is worth ten shillings by the year. 

Comes habet i mansionem qusB uocatur Ghiderleia quam 
tenuit Godwinus presbiter in die quo rex Eduuardus fuit 
uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro iii ferlinis. Hanc 
potest arare i carruca et modo habet earn ipse Goduuinus de 
consule. Hsec mansio ualet per annum v. solidos. — JExan. D. 
(210) 189. 

The earl has a manor called Ghiderleia, which Godwin the priest 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for three ferlii^s. This can be ploughed by one 
plough, and Godwin himself now has it of the earL This manor 
is worth by the year five shillings. 

2in»metoiuu 

Comes habet i mansionem qure uocatur Alwinetona quam 
tenuit Ordulfus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida et iii uiigis. Hanc 
terram possunt arare xx carrucae. Et modo tenet earn 



THE DEV0N8H1BE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 295 

ploughs, and six serfs, and eight villeins, and four bordars, with 
four ploughs. There are four acres of meadow, and the same of 
wood, and ten acres of pasture. Formerly it was worth twenty 
shillings. Now it is worth four pounds and ten shillings. 



Sbtot^tlit. 

Aluuardus tenet Stochelie de comite. Ipse tenebat 
tempore r^is Eduuardi el geldabat pro uno ferling. Terra 
est i caruca quae ibi est cum iii bordariis et ii seruis. Valet 
X solidos. — Exc/i. D. 104 (3); loa. 



Alward holds Stochelie of the earl He held it in the time of 
king Edward) and it paid geld for one ferling. There is land for 
one plough, which is there, with three bordars and two serfs. It 
is worth ten shillings. 



Goduinus tenet Chiderleia de comite. Ipse tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro iii ferlings. Terra 
est i caruca. Valet v solidos. — ExcA. D, 104 (3) ; loa. 



Godwin holds Chiderleia of the earL He held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for three ferlings. There is land 
for one plough. It is worth five shillings. 



2inoftietone» 

Hamelinus tenet de comite Alwinetone. Ordulf tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro i hida et iii virgatis 
terrae. Terra est xx carucis. In dominio sunt li carucae et 
X serui et xv uillani et xv bordarii cum ix carucis. Ibi iii 



296 THE BEVONSHIBE DOMESD AT— EXETER. 

Hamelinus de comite. Inde habet Hamelinos dimidiam 
hidam et ii carrucas in dominio et villani i hidam et i uirgam 
et ix carrucaa Ibi habet Hamelinus xv uillanos et xv 
bordarios et x seruos et xxi animalia et x porcos et cxx ones 
et xii capras et xxx agros nemoris et iii agros prati et Ix 
agros pascuse. Haec mansio oalet iiii libras et quando comes 
recepit ualebat xxx solidos. — Exon, D, (210) 189. 

The earl has a manor called Alwinetona, which Ordulf held on 
the day on which king Edward was sJive and dead, and it 
Tendered geld for one hide and three yirgates. This can be 
ploughed by twenty ploughs. And now Hamelin holds this of the 
earL Of them Hamelin has half a hide and two ploughs in 
demesne, and the viUeins one hide and one yirgate and nine 
ploughs. There Hamelin has fifteen villeins, and fifteen bordars, 
and ten serfs, and twenty-one head of cattle, and ten swine, and 
one hundred and twenty sheep, and twelve goats, and thirty acres 
of wood, and three acres of meadow, and sixty acres of pasture. 
This manor is worth four pounds, and it was worth thirty shillings 
when the earl received it. 

legau 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Lega qaam tenuit 
Ordulfus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus et 
reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt arare x camicae. 
HaDC tenet Alueredus de comite. Inde habet Alueredus i 
uirgam et ii carrucas in dominio et villani iii uirgas et vi 
carrucas. Ibi habet Alueredus xv uillanos et vi bordarios et 
iiii seruos et ix animalia et c cues et iiii agros nemoris et 
X agros prati et Ix agros pascuse. HaBc ualet iiii libras et 
quando comes recepit ualebat tantundem. — Exon.D, (210) 189. 

The earl has a manor called Lega, which Ordulf held on the day 
on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered geld 
for one hide. This can be ploughed by ten ploughs. Aluered 
holds this of the earL Of it Aluered has one viigate and two 
ploughs in demesne, and the villeins three virgates and six ploughs. 
There Aluered has fifteen villeins, and six bordars, and four serfis, 
and nine head of cattle, and one hundred sheep, and four acres of 
wood, and one acre of meadow, and sixty acres of pasture. This 
is worth four pounds, and it was worth as much when the earl 
received it. 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Fredeletestoc quam 
tenuit Ordulfus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro iii hidis. Has possunt arare 



THA DEVONSaiBE DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUER. 297 

acrae prati et Ix acrae pasturae et xxx acrae siluae. Olim 
XXX solidos. Modo ualet liii libras. — Exch. D. 104 (3); loa. 



Hamelin holds of the earl Alwinetone. * Ordulf held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide and three 
virgates of land. There is land for twenty ploughs. In demesne 
are two ploughs, and ten serfs, and fifteen villeins, and fifteen 
bordars, with nine ploughs. There are three acres of meadow, 
and sixty acres of pasture, and thirty acres of wood. Formerly it 
was worth thirty shillings. Now it is worth four pounds. 



lege* 

Aluredus tenet de comite Lege. Ordulf tenebat tempore 
regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro i hida. Terra est x carucis. 
In dominie sunt ii carucae et iiii serui et xv uillani et vi 
bordarii cum vi carucis. Ibi x acrae prati et Ix acrae 
pasturae et iiii acrae siluae. Olim et modo ualet iiii libras. 
— Exch. D. 104 (3); lOa, 



Alured holds of the earl Lege. Ordulf held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There is land for 
ten ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and four serfs, and 
fifteen villeins, and six bordars, with six ploughs. There are ten 
acres of meadow, and sixty acres .of pasture, and four acres of 
wood. Formerly it was, and now it is, worth four pounds. 



Robertus tenet de comite Fredelestoch. Ordulf tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro iii hidis. Terra 
est XX carucis. In dominie sunt iiii carucae et x serui et 



298 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXETEB. 

XX carrucae. Hanc tenet Sotbertus filios luonis de comita 
Jnde habet Botbertus ii uiigas et dimidiam et iiii carrucas in 
dominio et villani ii hidas et dimidiam nirgam et xi carracas. 
Ibi habet Botbertus xxx uillanos et xii bordarios et x seruos 
et XX animalia et x. porcos et Ixxx ones et xvi capras et Ix 
agros nemoris et xx agros prati et Ix agros pascuae. Haec 
mansio ualet viii libras et quando comes recepit ualebat 
tantundem.— JSzwi. D. (210&) 190. 

The earl has a manor which is called Fredeletestoc, which 
Ordolf held on the day on which king Edward was alive and 
dead, and it rendered geld for three hides. These can be ploughed 
by twenty ploughs. Bobert, the son of Ivon, holds this of the 
earL Of them Bobert has two virgates and a half, and four ploughs 
in demesne, and the villeins two hides and half a virgate, and 
eleven ploughs. There Bobert has thirty villeins, and twelve 
bordars, and ten serfs, and twenty head of cattle, and ten swine, 
and eighty sheep, and sixteen goats, and sixty acres of wood, and 
twenty acres of meadow, and sixty acres of pasture. This manor 
is worth eight pounds, and it was worth as much when the earl 
received it 

Comes habet i mansionem quae iiocatur Coleleia qnam 
tenuit Chepinus pariter ea die qua rex Edauardus fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et homines comitis Moritanise tenent earn ad 
honorem Ordulfi, sed ille tegnus potuit ire ad quemlibet 
domium sine licentia Ordulfi et haec reddidit gildum pro i 
uirga. Hanc possunt arare ii carrucaB. Et mode tenet earn 
Herchenboldus de comite. Inde babet Herchenboldus dimi- 
diam uirgam et i carrucam in dominio et villani dimidiam 
uirgam et dimidiam carrucam. Ibi habet Herchenboldus ii 
uillanos et iii bordarios et i seruum et iiii animalia et xx 
ones et xvi capras et iiii agros nemoris et ii agros pratL Haec 
reddit xii solidos et quando comes recepit ualebat iiii solidos. 
—Exm, D. (2106) 190. 

• 
The earl has a manor called Coleleia, which Chepin held in 

partage on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and 
the men of earl Mortain hold this as of the honour of Ordul^ but this 
thegn was at liberty to go to whomsoever lord he pleased withoat 
leave of Ordulf, and this renders geld for one virgate. This can be 
ploughed by two ploughs. And now Herchenbold holds this of the 
earl. Of it Herchenbold has half a virgate and one plough in demesne, 
and the villeins half a virgate and half a plough. There Herchen- 
bold has two villeins, and three bordaxs, and one serf, and four 
cattle, and twenty sheep, and sixteen goats, and four acres of wood. 



THE DBVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUEB. 299 

XXX uillani et xii bordarii cum xi carucis. Ibi xx acrae 
prati et Ix acrae pasturae et Ix acrae siluae. Olim et modo 
ualet viii libras. — Exch, D. 104 (3) ; \oa. 



Robert holds of the earl Fredelestoch. Ordulf held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for three hides. There is 
land for twenty ploughs. In demesne are four ploughs, and ten 
serfs, and thirty villeins, and twelve bordars with eleven ploughs. 
There are twenty acres of meadow, and sixty acres of pasture, and 
sixty acres of wood Formerly it was, and now it is, worth eight 
pounds. 



ffoleUe. 

Erchenbaldus tenet de comite Colelie. Cheping tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. 
Terra est ii carucis. In dominie est i caruca cum i seruo 
et ii uillani et iiii bordarii cum dimidia caruca Ibi ii 
acrae prati et iiii acras siluae. Olim iiii solidos. Modo ualet 
xlL — Exch, D. 104 (3) ; lo^. 



Erchenbald holds of the earl Colelie. Cheping held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. 
There is land for two ploughs. In demesne is one plough, with 
one serf, and two villeins, and four bordars with half a plough. 
There are two acres of meadow and four acres of wood. For- 
merly it was worth four shillings. Now it is worth twelve. 



298 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXETER. 

XX carrucsB. Hanc tenet Sotbertus filios luonis de comita 
Jnde habet Botbertus ii uirgas et dimidiam et iiii carrucas in 
dominie et villani ii hidas et dimidiam nirgam et xi carrucas. 
Ibi habet Botbertus xxx uillanos et xii bordarios et x seruos 
et XX animalia et x. porcos et Ixxx ones et xvi capras et Ix 
agros nemoris et xx agros prati et Ix agros pascuae. Hsec 
mansio ualet viii libras et quando comes recepit ualebat 
tantundem.— ^awi. D, (2106) 190. 

The earl has a manor which is called Fredeletestoc, which 
Ordolf held on the day on which king Edward was alive and 
dead, and it rendered geld for three hides. These can be ploughed 
by twenty ploughs. Robert, the son of Ivon, holds this of the 
earL Of them Robert has two virgates and a half, and four ploughs 
in demesne, and the villeins two hides and half a virgate, and 
eleven ploughs. There Robert has thirty villeins, and twelve 
bordars, and ten serfs, and twenty head of cattle, and ten swine, 
and eighty sheep, and sixteen goats, and sixty acres of wood, and 
twenty acres of meadow, and sixty acres of pasture. This manor 
is worth eight pounds, and it was worth as much when the earl 
received it 

Colelffa. 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Coleleia quam 
tenuit Chepinus pariter ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et homines comitis Moritaniae tenent earn ad 
honorem Ordulfi, sed iUe tegnus potuit ire ad quemlibet 
domium sine licentia Ordulfi et haec reddidit gildum pro i 
uirga. Hanc possunt arare ii carrucae. £t modo tenet earn 
Herchenboldus de comite. Inde babet Herchenboldus dimi- 
diam uirgam et i carrucam in dominio et villani dimidiam 
uirgam et dimidiam carrucam. Ibi habet Herchenboldus ii 
uillanos et iii bordarios et i seruum et iiii animalia et xx 
oues et xvi capras et iiii agros nemoris et ii agros pratL Haec 
reddit xii solidos et quando comes recepit ualebat iiii solidos. 
—Exm. D. (2106) 190. 

• 
The earl has a manor called Coleleia, which Chepin held in 
partage on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and 
the men of earl Mortain hold this as of the honour of Ordulf, but this 
thegn was at liberty to go to whomsoever lord he pleased without 
leave of Ordulf, and this renders geld for one virgate. This can be 
ploughed by two ploughs. And now Herchenbold holds this of the 
earl. Of it Herchenbold has half a virgate and one plough in demesne, 
and the villeins half a virgate and half a plough. There Herchen- 
bold has two villeins, and three bordaxs, and one ser^ and four 
cattle, and twenty sheep, and sixteen goats, and four acres of wood, 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT — ^EXCHEQUEB. 299 

XXX uillani et xii bordarii cum xi carucis. Ibi xx acrae 
prati et Ix acrae pasturae et Ix acrae siluae. Olim et modo 
ualet viii libras. — Exch, D. 104 (3) ; lo^. 



Robert holds of the earl Fredelestoch. Ordulf held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for three hides. There is 
land for twenty ploughs. In demesne are four ploughs, and ten 
serfs, and thirty villeins, and twelve bordars with eleven ploughs. 
There are twenty acres of meadow, and sixty acres of pasture, and 
sixty acres of wood. Formerly it was, and now it is, worth eight 
pounds. 



ffolelie. 

Erchenbaldus tenet de comite Colelie. Cheping tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. 
Terra est ii carucis. In dominie est i caruca cum i seruo 
et \i uillani et iiii bordarii cum dimidia caruca Ibi ii 
acrae prati et iiii acras siluae. Olim iiii solidos. Modo ualet 
^xu^Exch, D. 104 (3) ; lo^. 



Erchenbald holds of the earl Colelie. Cheping held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land 
There is land for two ploughs. In demesne is one plough, with 
one serf, and two villeins, and four bordars with half a plough. 
There are two acres of meadow and four acres of wood. For- 
merly it was worth four shillings. Now it is worth twelve. 



300 THE DEVONSHIRB DOMESDAY — ^EXETER. 

and two acres of meadow. This renders twelve shillings, and it 
was worth four shillings when the earl received it. 

iSoc^elatiOau 

Comes habet i mansionem quse uocatur Bochelanda quam 
tenuit Edmaratorus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro iii hidis dimidia uirga minus. 
Has possunt arare xx carrucse. Et mode tenet eam Ansgerios 
Brito de comite.. Inde habet Ansgerius dimidiam hidam et 
iii carrucas in dominio et villani ii hidas et i uirgam et 
dimidiam et viii carrucas et dimidiam. Ibi habet Ansgerius 
ii uillanos et v bordarios et iii porcarios et vii seruos et xix 
animalia et cl ones et 1 capras et c agros nemoris et xl agros 
prati et i leugam pascuse in longitudine et dimidiam in 
latitudine. Hsec ualet vii libras et x solidos et quando 
comes eam recepit ualebat tantundem. — JSxon. D. (210b) 190. 

The earl has a manor called Bochelanda, which Edmar the Black 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for three hides, less half a virgate. These can be 
ploughed by twenty ploughs. And now Ansger Brito holds this 
of the earl. Of them Ansger has half a hide and three ploughs in 
demesne, and the villeins two hides, and one virgate and a half, 
and eight ploughs and a half. There Ansger has forty-two villeins, 
and five bordars, and three swineherds, and seven serfs, and nine- 
teen head of cattle, and one hundred and fifty sheep, and fifty 
goats, and one hundred acres of wood, and forty acres of meadow, 
and of pasture one leuga in length and a half in breadth. This is 
worth seven poimds and ten shillings, and it was worth as much 
when the earl received it. 

Oale0]^ota. 

Huic mansioni est adiuncta i mansio quae uocatur Galeshora 
quam tenuit Edwi ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et potuit ire ad quemlibet dominum et reddidit 
gildum pro dimidia uirga. Hanc potest arare i carruca. 
Hanc tenet Ansgerius de comite. Ibi habet Ansgerius iii 
villanos qui habent i carrucam et xx agros pascuse. Ha&c 
ualet X solidos et quando comes recepit ualebat tantundem. — 
Uxon. D. (2106) 190. 

To this manor is added a manor called Galeshora, which Edwi 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and he 
was at liberty to go to whomsoever lord he would, and it rendered 
geld for half a virgate. This can be ploughed by one plough. 
Ansger holds this of the earl There Ansger has three villeins, who 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 301 



VotW&nV. 

Ansgerus tenet de comite Bocheland. Edmer . . tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro iii hidis dimidia 
virgata terrae minus. Terra est xx carucis. In dominie 
sunt iii carucae et vii serui et xlii uillani et v bordarii cum 
viii carucis et dimidia. Ibi xl acrae prati et c acrae siluae. 
Pastura 1 leuca longitudine et dimidia leuca latitudine. 
Olim et modo ualet vii libras et x solidos. — ExcA, D, 104 

(3); io«. 



Ansger holds of the earl Bocheland Edmer held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for three hides, less half a 
virgate of land. There is land for twenty ploughs. In demesne 
are three ploughs, and seven serfs, and forty-two villeins, and five 
bordars, with eight ploughs and a half There are forty acres of 
meadow and one hundred acres of wood. Pasture one leuga in 
length and half a leuga in breadth. Formerly it was, and it is 
now, worth seven pounds and ten shillings. 



Huic manerio est addita Galeshore. Eduui tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi pro uno manerio et geldabat pro 
dimidia virgata terrae. Terra est i caruca quae ibi est cum 
iii uillanis et xx acrae pasturae. Olim et modo ualet x 
solidos. — Exch, D, 104 (3); \oa. 



To this manor is added Galeshore. Edwi held it in the time of 
king Edward as a separate manor, and it paid geld for half a 
virgate of land There is land for one plough, which is there, 
with three villeins and twenty acres of pasture. Formerly it was, 
and it is now, worth ten shillings. 

X 



302 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

have one plough and twenty acres of pasture. This is worth ten 
shillings, and it was worth as much when the earl received it 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Potiforda quam 
tenuit Edmaratorius ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus.et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i bida. Hanc possunt arare 
vi carrucse. Hanc tenet Ansgerius Brito de comite. Inde 
habet Ansgerius i uirgam et i carrucam in dominio et villani 
ii uirgas et i carrucam. Ibi habet Ansgerius ix villanos et i 
bordarium et vii seruos et xxiii animalia et cl ones et xxx 
agix)s prati et i leugam pascuas in longitudine et dimidiam in 
latitudine. Hsec ualet xxx solidos et quando comes recepit 
ualebat tantundem. — Exon. D, (211) 190. 

The earl has a manor called Potiforda, which Edmar the Black 
1;ield on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for one hide.' This can be ploughed by six ploughs. 
Ansger Brito holds this of the earl Of it Ansger has one viigate 
and one plough in demesne, and the villeins two virgates and one 
plough. There Ansger has nine villeins, and one bordar, and seven 
serfs, and twenty-three head of cattle, and one hundred and fifty 
sheep, and thirty acres of meadow, and of pasture one leuga in 
length and half in breadth. This is worth thirty shillings, and it 
was worth as much when the earl received it. 

iSuttc0urIia. 

Comes habet i mansionem quae [uocatur] Buchesurda quam 
tenuit Iric ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus et 
potuit ire ad quemlibet dominum cum ista terra et reddidit 
gildum pro i uirga Hanc possunt arare iiii carrucas. Hanc 
tenet Ansgerius de comite. Inde habet Ansgerius dimidiuni 
ferlinum et vii boues in dominio et viUani habent aliam 
terram et i carrucam. Ibi habet Ansgerius vi uillanos et iii 
bordarios et i senium et iii animalia et ii porcos et c ones ui 
minus et v agros prati et xxx agros pascuse. Hsec ualet xx 
solidos et quando comes recepit ualebat tantundem. Et 
istam terram tenet comes cum honore Edmeratorii. — Uxotl 2>. 
(211) 190. 

The earl has a manor [called] Buchesurda, which Iric held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and he was at liberty 
to go to whomsoever lord he would with this land, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate. This can be ploughed by four ploughs. Ansger 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 303 



Idem Ansgerus tenet de comite Potiforde. Edmer atre 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro i hida. 
Terra est vi carucis. In dominio est i caruca et dimidia et 
vii serui : et ix uillani cum i bordario habent i carucam. 
Ibi XXX acrae prati et pastura una leuca longitudine et 
dimidia leuca latitudine. Olim et modo ualet xxx solidos. 
— Exon. D. 104 (3); \oa. 



The same Ansger holds of the earl Potiforde. Edmer the 
Black held it in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one 
hide. There is land for six ploughs. In demesne is one plough 
and a half, and seven serfs : and nine villeins, with one bordar^ 
have one plough. There are thirty acres of meadow, and pasture 
one leuga in length and half a leuga in breadth. Formerly it 
was, and it is now, worth thirty shillings. 



Idem Ansgerus tenet de comite Buchesworde. Iric 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una 
virgata terrae. Terra est iiii carucis. In dominio est i 
caruca cum i seruo et vi uillani et iii bordarii cum i 
caruca. Ibi v acrae prati et xxx acrae pasturae. Olim et 
modo ualet xx solidos. — Exch. D. 104 (3); loa. 



The same Ansger holds of the earl Buchesworde. Iric held it 
in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of 
land. There is land for four ploughs. In demesne is one plough, 
with one serf, and six villeins, and three bordars, with one plough. 

X 2 



304 THE DEVOKSHIKE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

holds this of the earL Of it Ansger has half a ferling and seven 
oxen in demesne, and the villeins have the other land and one 
plough. There Ansger has six villeins, and three hordars, and one 
serf, and three head of cattle, and two swine, and ninety-seven 
sheep, and five acres of meadow, and thirty acres of pasture. 
This is worth twenty shillings, and it was worth as much 
when the earl received it ; and this land the earl holds with the 
honour of Edmer the Black. 

S0mitte|iam« 

Comes habet i mansionem quse uocatur Esmitteham quam 
tenuit Aluricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et potuit ire ad quemlibet doininum cum ista terra 
et reddidit gildum pro tertia parte unius ferlini Hanc 
potest arare i carruca. Hanc tenet Angerius [sic] de comite. 
Ibi habet Angerius i uillanum et i bordarium et i seruum et 
isti habent i carrucam et ii agros prati et iiii agros pascuse. 
Hsec valet v solidos et quando comes recepit ualebat tan- 
tundem. Et istam terram tenet comes cum honore Edmer- 
s.tom,—JSxon, D, (2116) 191. 

The earl has a manor called Esmitteham, which Aluric held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and he was at 
liberty to go to whomsoever lord he would with this land, and it 
rendered geld for a third part of one ferling. This can be ploughed 
by one plough. This Ansger holds of the earl. There Ansger has one 
villein, and one bordar, and one serf ; and these have one plough, 
and two acres of meadow, and four acres of pasture. This is 
worth five shillings, and it was worth as much when the earl 
received it And this land the earl holds with the honour of Edmer 
the Black. 

EfteltronlanSa. 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Liteltrorilanda 
quam tenuit Eluuardus rufus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit 
uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro tertia parte unius 
ferlini, et potuit ire ad quemlibet dominum cum ista terra. 
Hanc tenet Alueredus pincema de comite. Ibi habet 
Alueredus i uillanum qui habet i carrucam et ibi habet 
Alueredus i bordarium et ii senios et iiii agros pascuae. 
Hsec ualet v solidos et quando comes recepit ualebat tan- 
tundem, et istam terram tenet comes cum honore Edmer- 
atorii.— JFawi. i). (212) 191. 

The earl has a manor called Liteltrorilanda, which Elward the 
Eed held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 305^^ 

There are five acres of meadow and thirty acres of pasture. 
Formerly it was, and it now is, worth twenty shillings. 



Idem Ansgerus tenet de comite Smitheham. Aluric 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro tercia 
parte unius ferling. Terra est i caruca quae ibi est cum i 
uillano et uno bordario et i seruo. Ibi ii acrae prati et iiii 
acrae pasturae. Olim et modo ualet v solidos. — Exch, D, 
104 (4); lOb, • 



The same Ansger holds of the earl Smitheham. Aluric held it 
in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for the third part of 
one ferling. There is land for one plough, which is there, with 
one villein, and one border, and one serf. There are two acres 
of meadow and four acres of pasture. Formerly it was, and it is 
now, worth five shillings. 



iLiteltorelanSe* 

Aluredus tenet de comite Liteltorelande. Eluuardus 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro tercia 
parte unius ferling et poterat ire quo volebat. 

Ibi unum uillanum et i bordario et ii serui habent i 
carucam. Ibi iiii acrae pasturae. Olim et modo ualet v 
solidos. — Exck.D, 104(4); 10^. 



Alured holds of the earl Liteltorelande. Elward held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for the third part of one 



306 THE DEVOMSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

and it rendered geld for the third part of a ferling, and he was at 
liberty to go to whomsoever lord he would with this land. This 
Aluered the cup-bearer holds of the earL There Aluered has one 
villein, who has one plough ; and there Aluered has one border, and 
two serfs, and four acres of pasture. This is worth five shillings, 
and it was worth as much when the earl received it, and this Lmd 
the earl holds with the honour of Edmer the Black. 



S0toc|ieIetau 

Comes de Moritonio habet i mansionem quae uocatur 
Estocheleia quatn tenuit Orgarus ea die qua rex Eduuardus 
fuit uiuus et mortuus et fuit homo Edmeratorii sed potuit ire 
ad quemlibet dominum cum ista terra et reddidit gildum pro 
i hida. Hanc possunt arare x carrucae. Hanc tenet Alueredus 
pincerna, de comite. Inde habet Alueredus i uirgam et ii 
carrucas in dominio et villani iii iiirgas et vii carrucas. Ibi 
habet Alueredus viii uillanos et iiii bordarios et v seruos et v 
animalia et xix oues et vi agros nemoris et vii agros prati et 
xl agros pascuae. Haec ualet 1 solidos et quando comes recepit 
ualebat Ix solidos. — Exon, D. (215) 194 

The earl of Mortain has a manor called Estocheleia, which Oigar 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and 
he was a homager of Edmer the Black, but ho was at liberty to go to 
whomsoever lord he would with this land, and it rendered geld for 
one hid& This can be ploughed by ten ploughs. And Aluered the 
cup-bearer holds this of the earl. Of it Aluered has one virgate and 
two ploughs in demesne, and the villeins three virgates and seven 
ploughs. There Aluered has eight villeins, and four bordars, and 
five serfs, and five head of cattle, and nineteen sheep, and six acres 
of wood, and seven acres of meadow, and forty acres of pasture. 
This is worth fifty shillings, and it was worth sixty shillings when 
the earl received it. 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Estocheleia quam 
tenuit Haimerus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et fuit homo Edmeratorii sed potuit ire ad quemlibet 
dominum cum ista terra. Hanc tenet Alueredus pincerna 
de comite et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt arare 
vii carrucae. Inde habet Alueredus i uirgam et dimidiam et 
ii carrucas in dominio et villani ii uirgas et dimidiam et ▼ 
carrucas. Ibi habet Alueredus iiii uillanos et iiii bordarios 
et V seruos et iiii animalia et vii porcos et xx oues et xv 
capras et xii agros nemoris et vi agros prati et iiii agroa 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQaER. 307 

ferling, and he could go whither he would. There one villein and 
one bordar and two serfs have one plough. There are four 
acres of pasture. Formerly it was, and it now is, worth five 
shillings. 



Idem Aluredus tenet de comite Stochelie. Orgar tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro i hida. Terra est 
X carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et v serui et viii 
uillani et iiii bordarii cum vii carucis. Ibi vii acrae prati et 
xl acrae pasturae et vi acrae siluae. Olim Ix solidos. Modo 
ualet 1 solidos. — ExcA, D. 104 (4) ; 10^. 



The same Alured holds of the earl Stochelie. Orgar held it 
in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There 
is land for ten ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and five 
serfs, and eight villeins, and four bordars, with seven ploughs. 
There are seven acres of meadow, and forty acres of pasture, and 
six acres of wood. Formerly it was worth sixty shillings. Now 
it is worth fifty shillings. 



Idem Aluredus tenet de comite Stochelie. Haimerus 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una hida. 
Terra est vii carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et v serui 
et iiii uillani et iiii bordarii cum v carucis. Ibi vi acrae 
prati et iiii acrae pasturae et xii acrae siluae. Olim xl 
solidos. Modo ualet xxx solidos. — ExcA. D, 104 (4) ; lod. 



308 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

pasGuse. Hsec ualet xxx solidos et quando comes recepit xl 
aoMoB.—JSxan. D. (215) 194. 

The earl has a manor called Estocheleia, which Haimer held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and he was a homager 
of Edmer the Black, but he was at liberty to go to whomsoever lord 
he would with this land. Aluered the cup-bearer holds this of the 
earl, and it rendered geld for one hide. This can be ploughed by 
seven ploughs. Of it Aluered has one virgate and a half, and two 
ploughs in demesne, and the villeins two virgates and a half, and 
five ploughs. There Aluered has four villeins, and four bordars, 
and five ser&, and fuur head of cattle, and seven swine, and twenty 
sheep, and fifteen goats, and twelve acres of wood, and six acres of 
meadow, and four acres of pasture. This is worth thirty shillings, 
and it was worth when the earl received it forty shillings. 

Gomes habet i mansionem quse uocatur Pocheella quam 
tenuerunt ii tegni pariter ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et fuerunt homines Edmeratorii sed potuerunt ire 
ad quemlibet dominum cum ista terra et reddidit gildum pro 
dimidia hida et duabus partibus unius uirgae. Hanc possunt 
arare iiii carrucse. Hanc tenet Alueredus pincema de comite. 
Inde habet Alueredus i uirgam et ii carrucas in dominio et 
villaui aliam terram et ii carrucas. Ibi habet Alueredus iii 
uillanos et iiii bordaiios et iii seruos et ii agros prati. Hsec 
ualet XXV solidos et quando comes recepit x soUdos. Istas 
iii mansiones tenet comes cum honore Edmeratorii — Exon» 
D. (215) 195. 

The earl has a manor called Pocheella, which two thegns held in 
partage on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and 
they were homagers of Edmer the Black, but they were at liberty to 
go to whomsoever lord they would with this land, and it rendered geld 
for half a hide and two parts of a virgate. This can be ploughed 
by four ploughs. Aluered the cup-bearer holds this of the earl. Of 
them Aluered has one virgate and two ploughs in demesne, and the 
villeins the other land and two ploughs. There Aluered has three 
villeins, and four bordars, and three serfs, and two acres of meadow. 
This is worth twenty -five, shillings, and it was worth when the earl 
received it ten shillings. These three manors the earl holds with 
the honour of Edmer the Black. 

Gomes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Colebroca quam 
tenuit Samer pariter ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 



TUB DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 309 



The same Alured holds of the earl Stochelie. Haimer held it 
in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There 
is land for seven ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and five 
serfs, and four villeins, and four bordars, with five ploughs. There 
are six acres of meadow, and four acres of pasture, and twelve 
acres of wood. Formerly it was worth forty shillings. Now it is 
worth thirty shillings. 



Idem Aluredus tenet de comite Pocheelle. Duo taini 
tenebant libere tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabant pro 
dimidia hida et ii partibus unius virgatae terrae. Terra est 
iiii carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et iii serui et iii 
uillani et iiii bordarii cum ii carucis. Ibi ii acrae prati. 
Olim X solidos. Modo ualet xxv solidos. — ExcA. D. 104 
(4); 10*. 



The same Alured holds of the earl Pocheelle. Two thegns 
held it freely in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for 
half a hide and two parts of a virgate of land. There is land 
for four ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and three serfs, 
and three villeins, and four bordars, with two ploughs. There are 
two acres of meadow. Formerly it was worth ten shillings. Now 
it is worth twenty-five shillings. 



Bretel tenet de comite Colebroch. Semerus tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro iii virgatis terrae. 



310 THE DETOMSHIBE DOMESDAY — KXETEB. 

mortaus et potuit iie ad quemlibet dominam et reddidit 
gildum pro iii uiigis. Has possunt arare iii carrucse. HaDc 
tenet Bretellns de comite. Inde habet Bretellus ii uirgas et i 
ferlinam et i carrucam in dominio et villani iii ferlinos et i 
carracam. Ibi habet Bretellus ii uillanos et i bordariam et i 
seruum et viii agros nemoris et iiii agros pratl Hsec nalet 
jcv solidos et quando comes recepit tantundem. Istas pra^ 
dictas iii mansiones* tenet comes cum honore Edmeratorii 
et illi qui tenuerunt eas fuerunt homines Edmeratorii — 
Exon. D. (216) 196. 

The earl has a manor called Colebroca, which Samer held in 
partage on the day on which king Edward was living and dead, 
and he was at liberty to go to whomsoever lord he would, and it 
rendered geld for three yirgates. These can be ploughed by three 
ploughs. Bretellus holds this of the earl. Of them Bretellus has 
two virgates and one ferling and one plough in demesne, and the 
villeins three ferlings and one plough. There Bretellus has two 
villeins, and one bordar, and one serf, and eight acres of wood, and 
four acres of meadow. This is worth fifteen shillings, and as 
much when the earl received it. These aforesaid three manors the 
earl holds with the honour of Edmer the Black, and those who 
held them were homagers of Edmer the Black. 

;^erentona* 

Comes habet i mansionem quse uocatur Ferentona quam 
tenuerunt ii fratres pariter ea die qua rex Eduuardos fuit 
uiuus et mortuus et potuerunt ire ad quemlibet dominum 
cum ista terra et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt 
arare ii camicse. Hanc tenet Bretellus de comite. Ibi habet 
Bretellus i carracam et ii cotarios et vi uacaa [nc] et iiii 
porcoe et xx cues et iii agros nemoris et viii agros prati et xii 
agros pascuse. Hsec ualet vii solidos et quando comes recepit 
ualebat tantundem. — Exon. 2> (216) 195. 

The earl has a manor called Ferentona, which two brothers 
' held in partage on the day on which king Edward was alive and 
dead, and they were at liberty to go to whomsoever lord they would 
with this land, and it rendered geld for one virgata This can be 
ploughed by two ploughs. Bretellus holds this of the earl There 
Bretellus has one plough, and two cottars, and six cows, and four 
swine, and twenty sheep, and three acres of wood, and eight acres 

* As we are following the Exchequer Book, in which the manors are not 
in the same order as in the Exeter Book, it is necessary to observe here that 
the ^iii manaionesproBdietas** are Sawin*s manor of Estocneleia, Exan, D. (2156) 
195 ; Ferentona, Exon, D. (216) 195 ; and Colebroca, Exon. D, (216) 196. 



THB DEYONSHIBB DOMESDAY — ^EXCHEQUER. 311 

Terra est iii carucis. In dominio est i caruca cum i seruo 
et ii uillani et i bordario cum i caruca. Ibi iiii acrae prati 
et viii acrae siluae. Olim et modo ualet xv solidos. — 
Exofi. D. 104 (4); lob. 



Bretel holds of the earl Colebroch. Seiner held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for three virgates of land. 
There is land for three ploughs. In demesne is one plough with 
one serf, and two villeins and one bordar with one plough. There 
are four acres of meadow and eight acres of wood. Formerly it 
was, and it is now, worth fifteen shillings. 



Idem Bretel tenet de comite Ferentone. Duo fratres 
tenebant tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una 
virgata terrae. Terra est ii carucis. Ibi est i caruca et ii 
cotarii et viii acrae prati et xii acrae pasturae et iii acrae 
siluae. Olim et modo ualet vii solidos. — Exch. D. 104 

(4); loa. 



The same Bretel holds of the earl Ferentone. Two brothers 
held it in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one 
virgate of land. There is land for two ploughs. There is one 
plough, and two cottars, and eight acres of meadow, and twelve 
acres of pasture, and three acres of wood. Formerly it was, and 
it is now, worth seven shillings. 



_^ I 



312 THE DEVONSHIBB DOMESDAY— BXBTER. 

of meadow, and twelve acres of pastuie. This is worth seven 
shillings, and it was worth as much when the earl received it. 

Comes habet i mansionein quae, uocatur Sochebera quam 
tenuit Sauuinus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et fuit homo Edmeratorii sed potuit ire ad quemlibet 
dominum cum ista terra et reddidit gildum pro i iiirga. 
Hanc possunt arare ii carrucse. Haac tenet Aluuardus de 
comite. Inde habet Aluuardus dimidiam uirgam et i carru- 
cam in dominio. Et uillani dimidiam uirgam et i bouem. 
Ibi habet Aluuardus ii villanos et ii bordarios et ii seruos et 
iiii agros nemoris et viii agros prati et xxv agros pascuae. 
Haec ualet vii solidos et vi denarios et quando comes recepit 
ualebat xii denarios. Hanc tenet comes cum honors Edmer- 
atorii— i?am. D. (216) 196. 

The earl has a manor called Rochebera, which Sawin held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and he was a homager 
of Edmer the Black ; but he was at liberty to go to whomsoever lord 
he would with this land, and it rendered geld for one virgate. This 
can be ploughed by two ploughe. Alward holds this of the earL 
Of it Alward has half a virgate and one plough in demesne, and 
the villeins half a virgate and one yoke of oxen. There Alward 
has two villeins, and two bordars, and two serfs, and four acres of 
wood, and eight acres of meadow, and twenty-five acres of pasture. 
This is worth seven shillings and sixpence, and it was worth 
twelve pence when the earl received it This the earl holds with 
the honour of Edmer the Black. 

Sonetotia. 

Gomes habet i mansioncm quae uocatur Honetona quam 
tenuit Elmerus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro v hidis. Has possunt arare 
xviii carrucae. Haec tenet Ureus de comite. Ibi habet in 
dominio ii hidas et uillani iii hidas et xvi carrucas. Ibi 
habet Dreus xxiiii uillanos et vi bordarios et iii seruos et ii 
animalia et iiii porcos et c ones xx minus et 1 agros nemoris 
et xviii agros prati et i leugam in longitudine pascuae et v 
quadragenarias in latitudine et i molendinum qui reddit per 
annum vii solidos et dimidium et ii salinarios qui reddunt per 
annum v sohdos de Grma et u&let per annum vi libras et 
quando recepit ualebat tantundem. Haec mansio fuit libera 
in die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus. Mansio est 
addita ad terram Elmeratori. — Exmi. D. (2166) 196. 



THB DEVONSHIBE DOMESDAY— EXCHEQdEB. 813 



Aluuardus tenet Rochebere. Sauuinus tenebat tempore 
regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. Terra 
est ii carucis. Ibi est i caruca et ii uillani et ii bordarii et 
ii serui et viii acrae prati et xxv acrae pasturae et iii acris 
siluae. Olim xii solidos. Modo valet vii solidos et vi 
denarios. — £xcA, D. 104 (4); loA 



Alward holds Rochebere. Sawin held it in the time of king 
Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. There is land 
for two ploughs. There is one plough, and two villeins, and two 
bordars, and two serfs, and eight acres of meadow, and twenty- 
five acres of pasture, and three acres of wood. Formerly it was 
worth twelve shillings. Now it is worth seven shillings and 
sixpence. 



Sottetotie. 

Drogo tenet de comite Honetone. Elmer tenebat tem- 
pore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro v hidis. Terra est 
xviii carucis. Ibi sunt xxiiii uillani et vi bordarii et iii. 
serui cum xvi carucis. Ibi xviii acrae prati et 1 acrae siluae. 
Ibi molinus reddit vi solidos et vi denarios et ii salinarii 
reddunt v solidos. Ibi pastura i leuca longitudine et v 
quarentenae latitudine. Olim et modo ualet vi libras. — 
ExcA. D. 104 (4); 10*. 



814 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXETER. 

The earl has a manor called Honetona, which Elmer held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for five hides. These can be ploughed by eighteen ploughs. 
Dreus holds this of the earL There he has in demesne two hides, 
and the villeins three hides and sixteen ploughs. There Dreus has 
twenty-four villeins, and six bordars, and three serfs, and two 
head of cattle, and four swine, and eighty sheep, and fifty acres 
of wood, and eighteen acres of meadow, and of pasture one 
leuga in length and five furlongs in breadth, and one mill which 
lenders by the year seven shillings and sixpence, and two salt- 
workers who render by the year five shillings to ferm ; and it is 
worth by the year six pounds, and when he received it, it was 
worth as much. This manor was free in the day when king 
Edward was alive and dead. The manor is added to the lands of 
Elmer the Black. 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Wiborda quam 
tennit Oluuardus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuas et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare 
iii carrucae. Hanc tenet Dreus de eo. Ibi habet Dreus in 
dominio i ferlinum et i carrucam et uillani iii ferlinos et ii 
carrucas. Ibi habet Dreus vi uillanos et i seruum et vii 
animalia et-1 ones et xl agros nemoris et iiii agros prati et xl 
agros pa8cu8B. Et ualet per annum v solidos et quando 
recepit ualebat iii solidos. — Exon. D. (217) 196. 

The earl has a manor called Wiborda, which Olward held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate. This can be ploughed by three ploughs. 
Dreus holds this of him. There Dreus has in demesne one 
ferling and one plough, and the villeins three ferlings and two 
ploughs. There Dreus has six villeins, and one serf, and seven 
head of cattle, and fifty sheep, and forty acres of wood, and four 
acres of meadow, and forty acres of pasture, and it is worth by the 
year five shillings, and it was worth three shillings when he 
received it 

Gomes habet i mansionem qu8B uocatur L^a quam tenoit 
Salwinus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus et 
reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt arare v 
carrucse. Hanc tenet Alwardus de eo. Ibi habet Alwardos 
in dominio i ferlinum et ii carrucas et uillani iii ferlinos et 
iii carrucas. Ibi habet Alwardus vii uillanos et iiii bordarioB 
et ii seruos et xvi animalia et x ones et x capras et xxx agros 



J 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUER. 315 

Drogo holds of the earl Honetone. Elmer held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for five hides. There is land 
for eighteen ploughs. There are twenty-four villeins, and six 
bordars, and three serfs, with sixteen ploughs. There are eighteen 
acres of meadow and fifty acres of wood. There is a mill render- 
ing six shillings and sixpence, and two saltworks rendering five 
shillings. There is pasture one leuga in length and five furlongs 
in breadth. Formerly it was, and it now is, worth six pounds. 



mabrUe* 

Drogo tenet de comite Wibvrde. Vluuardus tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. 
Terra est iii carucis quae ibi sunt cum i seruo et vi uillanis. 
Ibi iii acris prati et xl acrae siluae et xl acrae pasturae. 
Olim iii solidos. Modo v solidos. — Exch. D. 104 (4) ; 10^. 



Drogo holds of the earl Wibvrde. Ulward held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. There 
is land for three ploughs, which are there, with one serf, and six 
villeins. There are three acres of meadow, and forty acres of 
wood, and forty acres of pasture. Formerly it was worth three 
shillings. Now it is worth five shillings. 



lege*, 

Aluuardus tenet Lege de comite. Sauuinus tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia hida. 
Terra est v carucis quae ibi sunt et ii serui et vii uillani et 
iiii bordarii cum iii carucis et viii acrae prati et xl acrae 
pasturae et xxx acrae siluae. Olim v solidos. Modo ualet 
XXX solidos. — Exc/l D. 104 (4) ; \ob. 



316 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXETER. 

nemoris et viii agros prati et xl agros pascuse et nalet per 
anDum xx solidos et quando recepit ualebat v solidos. 

Hec [sic] ii mansiones fuerunt liberate [sic] ea die qua rex 
Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortaus. Mode sunt additae ad 
terrain Elmeratori. — JExon. D, (217) 197. 

The earl has a manor called Lega, which Salwin held on the day 
on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered geld 
for half a hide. This can be ploughed by five ploughs. Alwaid 
holds this of him. There Alward has in demesne one ferling and 
two ploughs, and the villeins three ferlings and three ploughs. 
There Alwaid has seven villeins, and four bordars, and two serfs, 
and sixteen head of cattle, and ten sheep, and ten goats, and thirty 
acres of wood, and eight acres of meadow, and forty acres of 
pasture, and it is worth by the year twenty shillings, and it was 
worth five shillings when he received it. 

These two manors were free on the day on which king Edward 
was alive and dead. Now they are added to the land of Elmer 
the Black. 

Gomes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Lodebroc quam 
tenuit Golbertus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Has possunt 
arare iii carrucae. Hanc tenet Bainaldus de comite. Inde 
habet Bainaldus in dominio i uirgam et i carrucam et uillani 
i uirgam et i carrucam et dimidiam. Ibi habet Bainaldus v 
uillanos et iii bordarios et ii seruos et v animalia et xv porcos 
et Ixxx ones et i molendinum qui reddit per annum ii solidos 
et dimidium agrum prati et ualet per annum xx solidos et 
quando comes recepit ualebat xxv solidos. Hanc terrain 
tenet pariter Colbertus et modo est addita honori Edmeratori 
quern comes tenet. — JExon. D, (2196) 199. 

The earl has a manor called Lodebroc, which Colbert held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide. These can be ploughed by three ploughs. 
Bainald holds this of the earL Of it Bainald has in demesne one 
virgate and one plough, and the villeins one virgate and one plough 
and a half. There Bainald has five villeins, and three bordars, and 
two serfs, and five head of cattle, and fifteen swine, and eighty sheep^ 
and one mill, which renders by the year two shillings, and half an 
acre of meadow, and it is worth by the year twenty shillings, and 
when the earl received it it was worth twenty-five shillings. This 
land Colbert holds in partage, and now it is added to the 
honour of Edmer the Black, which the earl holds. 



THE DEYONSEIRS DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 317 



Alward holds Lege of the earl Sawin held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There is land for 
five ploughs, which are there, and two serfs, and seven villeins, 
and four bordars, with three ploughs, and eight acres of meadow, 
and forty acres of pasture, and thirty acres of wood. Formerly 
it was worth five shillings. Now it is worth thirty shillings. 



Rainaldus tenet de comite Lodebroc. Colbertus tenebat 
libere tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia 
hida. Terra est iii carucis. In dominio est i caruca et ii 
serui et v uillani et iii bordarii cum i caruca et dimidia. 
Ibi molinus reddit ii solidos et ii acrae prati. Olim xxv 
solidos. Modo xx solidos. — Exch. D, 104 (4) ; lOb. 



Rainald holds of the earl Lodebroc. Colbert held it fireely in 
the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There 
is land for three ploughs. In demesne is one plough, and two 
serfs, and five villeins, and three bordars, with one plough and a 
half. There is a mill rendering two shillings, and two acres of 
meadow. Formerly it was worth twenty-five shillings. Now it is 
worth twenty shillings. 



318 TH£ DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETEK. 



%optxiqt. 

Comes habet i mansionem qua3 uocatur Loperige quam 
tenuit Eddricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus I'uit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare 
iii carrucse. Hanc tenet Bainaldus de comite. Inde habet 
Bainaldus in dominio dimidiam nirgam et i carrucam et 
uillani dimidiam uiigam et i carrucam et dimidiam. Ibi 
habet Bainaldus iii uillanos et ii bordarios et ii seruos et iiii 
animalia et vi porcos et Ix oues et ualet per annum xv solidos 
et quando comes recepit ualebat xix solidos. Et istam terram 
tenebat pariter Eddricus tempore regis Eduuardi quae modo 
est addita honori Edmeratori. — JEocon. D. (2196) 199. 

The earl has a manor called Loperige, which Edric held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for on» yirgate. This can be ploughed by three ploughs. 
Eainald holds this of the earL Of it Rainald has in demesne half 
a yirgate and one plough, and the villeins half a virgate and one 
plough and a half. There Eainald has three villeins, and two 
bordars, and two serfs, and four head of cattle, and six swine, and 
sixty sheep; and it is worth by the year fifteen shillings, and it was 
worth when the earl received it nineteen shillings. And this land 
Edric held in partage in the time of king Edward, which now is 
added to the honour of Edmer the Black. 



Setoff^ 

Gomes habet i mansionem quie uocatur Hewis quam tenuit 
Edricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus et 
potuit ire ad quemlibet dominum et reddidit gildum pro 1 
nirga. Hanc possunt arare ii carrucae. Hanc tenet Bainaldus 
de comita Ibi habet Bainaldus ii uillanos qui habent i 
carrucam. Hsec reddit x solidos et quando comes recepit 
tantundem. Hanc tenet comes cum honore Edmeratorii. — 
Exon, D. (2206) 200. 

The earl has a manor called Hewis, which Edric held on the day 
on which king Edward was alive and dead, and he was at liberty 
to go to whomsoever lord he would, and it rendered geld for one 
virgate. This can be ploughed by two ploughs. This Bainald 
holds of the earL There Bainald has two villeins, who have one 
plough. This renders ten shillings, and as much when the earl 
received it This the earl holds with the honour of Edmer the 
Black. 



THE DBYOKSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 319 

Idem Rainaldus tenet de comite Loperige. Edric tene- 
bat libere tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una 
virgata terrae. Terra est iii carucis. In dominio est i 
caruca et ii semi et iii uillani et ii bordarii cum i caruca et 
dimidia. Olim xix solidos. Modo valet xv solidos. — 
£xcA. D. 104 (4); 10^. 



The same Rainald holds of the earl Loperige. Edric held it 
freely in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one 
virgate of land. There is land for three ploughs. In demesne is 
one plough, and two serfs, and three villeins, and two bordars, 
with one plough and a half. Formerly it was worth nineteen 
shillings. Now it is worth fifteen shillings. 



Idem Rainaldus tenet Hewis de comite. Edric tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrse. 
Terra est ii carucis. Ibi ii uillani habent i carucam. Olim 
et modo ualet x solidos. — Exck D. 104 (4); 10^. 



The same Rainald holds Hewis of the earL Edric held it in 
the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. 
There is land for two ploughs- There two villeins have one 
plough. Formerly it was, and it now is, worth ten shillings. 



Y 2 



320 THE DEVOltSHlBE DOMESDAY — EXETEB. 

Sarestatuu 

Comes habet i iuansionem quae uocatur Harestana quam 
tenuit Edricus pariter ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et potuit [ire] ad quemlibet dominum et reddidit 
gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt arare ii oarrucse. 
Hanc tenet Bainaldus de comite. Inde habet Bainaldus i 
uirgam et dimidiam carrucam et villani i uirgam et iiii boues 
in carrucam. Ibi habet Bainaldus ii uillanos et i bordarium et 
ii animalia et ii agros prati. Hsec ualet x solidos et quando 
comes recepit xv solidos et hsec est iuncta cum honore 
'Mm&ratorii.—Exon, D. (2216) 201. 

The earl has a manor called Harestana, which Edric held in 
partage on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, 
and he was at liberty to go to whomsoever lord he would, and it 
rendered geld for half a hide. This can be ploughed by two 
ploughs. Eainald holds this of the earl. Of it Eainald has one 
virgate and half a plough, and the villeins one virgate and four 
plough-oxen. There Eainald has two villeins^ and one bordar, and 
two head of cattle, and two acres of meadow. This is worth ten 
shillings, and it was worth when the earl received it fifteen shillings j 
and this is joined with the honour of Edmer the Black. 

CBIinefStonau 

Gomes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Winestona quam 
tenuit Edwinus pariter ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et potuit ire ad quemlibet dominum et reddidit 
gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc potest arare i carruca et 
dimidia. Hanc tenet Bainaldus de comite. Inde habet 
Bainaldus i uirgam et dimidiam carrucam et villani i uirgam 
et dimidiani carrucam. Ibi habet Bainaldus iii uillanos et ii 
bordarios et i seruum et ii animalia et xx ones et i agrum 
prati. Haec ualet viii solidos et quando comes recepit xx 
solidos. H83C est iuncta cum honore Edmeratorii. — Exon. D, 
(2216) 201. 

The earl has a manor called Winestona, which Edwin held in 
partage on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, 
and he was at liberty to go to whomsoever lord he would, and it 
rendered geld for half a hide. This can be ploughed by one 
plough and a half. Rainald holds this of the earl. Of it Bainald 
has one virgate and half a plough, and the villeins one virgate and 
half a plough There Eainald has three villeins, and two bordars, 
and one ser^ and two head of cattle, and twenty sheep, and one 



TUS DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 321 

Idem Rainaldus tenet Harestane de comite. Edric 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia 
hida. Terra est ii carucis. Ibi est i caruca et ii uillani et 
i bordario et ii acrae prati. Olim xv solidos. Modo ualet 
X solidos. — Exch. D, 104 (4); 10^. 



The same Rainald holds Harestane of the earl Edric held it 
in the time of king Ixiward, and it paid geld for half a hide. 
There is land for two ploughs. There is one plough, and two 
villeins, and one bordar, and two acres of meadow. Formerly it 
was worth fifteen shillings. Now it is worth ten shillings. 



Idem Rainaldus tenet Winestane. Eduuinus tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia hida. 
Terra est i caruca et dimidia. Ibi est i caruca et iii uillani 
et ii bordarii cum i seruo et una acra prati. Olim xx 
solidos. Modo ualet viii solidos. — Exch, D. 104 (4) ; 10^. 



The same Rainald holds Winestane. Edwin held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There is 
land for one plough and a half. There is one plough, and three 
villeins, and two bordars, with one serf, and one acre of meadow. 
Formerly it was worth twenty shillings. Now it is worth eight 
shillings. 



322 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETEB. 

acre of meadow. This is worth eight shillings, and it was worth 
when the earl received it twenty shillings. This is joined with 
the honour of Edmer the Black. 

SoneuoIBelamma. 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Donenoldehamma 
quam tenuit Ademarus ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et iste terra est coniuncta terrae £tmaratoli. Et 
reddidit gildum pro i uirga et i ferlino. Has possunt arare 
iii carrucse. Et Alueredus tenet earn de comite. Inde habet 
Alueredus in dominio i ferdinum et uillani i uirgam et iii 
carrucas. Ibi habet Alueredus vi bordarios et i senium et v 
agros nemoris et iiii agros prati et ualet per annum x solidos 
et quando recepit uaJebat v solidos. — Exon, D. (2166) 196. 

The earl has a manor called Donenoldehamma, which Ademar 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and 
that land is joined to the lands of Etmer the Black. And it 
rendered geld for one virgate and one ferling. These can be 
ploughed by three plougha And Aluered holds this of the earL 
Of them Aluered has in demesne one ferling, and the villeins one 
virgate and three ploughs. There Aluered has six bordars, and 
one serf^ and five acres of wood, and four acres of meadow, and it 
is worth by the year ten shillings, and it was worth five shillings 
when he received it. 



dhr{»e]^am. 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Friseham quam 
tenuit Edmeratorius ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit liiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare 
iii carucae. Hanc tenet Alueredus pincema de comite. 
Inde habet Alueredus dimidiam uirgam et i carucam in 
dominio et uillani dimidiam uirgam et iii carucas. Ibi 
habet Alueredus v uillanos et iii bordarios et ii seruos et i 
agrum et dimidium prati et xx agros pascuee. Haec ualet xx 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDA.Y— EXCHEQUER. 323 



9onfboISe|amt. 

Alured tenet de comite Donevoldehame. Ademar tene- 
bat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata et 
uno ferling. Terra est iii carucis quae ibi sunt cum i seruo 
et vi bordariis. Ibi iiii acrae prati et v acrae siluae. Olim v 
solidos. Modo ualet x solidos. — Exch, D, 104 (4) ; 10^. 



Alured holds of the earl Donevoldehame. Ademar held it in 
the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate and one 
ferling. There is land for three ploughs, which are there, with one 
serf, and six bordars. There are four acres of meadow and five 
acres of wood. Formerly it was worth five shillings. Now it is 
worth ten shillings. 



Has predictas xvii terras tenet comes Moritoniensis 
cum terra Edmeratre quae ei deliberata est Nam libere 
eas tenebant tempore regis Eduuardi supradicti taini. — 
Exch, D. 104 (4); 10*. 

These aforesaid seventeen lands the earl of Mortain holds with 
the land of Edmer the Black, which is delivered to him. For 
the above-mentioned thanes held them freely in the time of 
king Edward. 

JFttoelam. 

Alured us tenet de comite Friseham. Edmer tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. 
Terra est iii carucis. In dominio est i caruca et ii serui et 
V uillani et iii bordarii cum iii carucis. Ibi i acra prati et 
dimidia et xx acrae pasturae. Olim et modo ualet xx 
solidos. — Exch, D. 105 (i); 11 a. 



324 THE DEVONSHIBB DOMESDAY — EXETEB. 

solidos et quando comes recepit ualebat tantundem. — JExon, D, 
(2116) 191. 

The earl has a manor called Friseham, which Edmer the Black 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for one virgate. Three ploughs can plough this. 
Aluered the cup-bearer holds this of the earl Of it Aluered has 
half a virgate and one plough in demesne, and the villeins half a 
virgate and three ploughs. There Aluered has five villeins, and 
three bordars, and two serfis, and an acre and a half of meadow, 
and twenty acres of pasture. This is worth twenty shillings, and 
it was worth as much when the earl received it. 

aSfDefellau 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Widefella quam 
tenuit Almarus rufus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus de Edmaratore et non potuit de eo separare cum ista 
terra et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare ii 
carucse. Hanc tenet Alueredus pincerna de comite. Inde 
habet Alueredus dimidiam uirgam et i carucam in dominio et 
uillani dimidiam uirgam et i carucam et ii boues. Ibi habet 
Alueredus iii uillanos et ii bordarios et i sernum et viii 
animalia et xxix cues et x agros prati et xxx agros pascuse. 
Hsec ualet x solidos et quando comes recepit ualebat \axjl- 
tundem.— JS^iWw. D. (2116) 191. 

The earl has a manor called Widefella, which Almar the Eed 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead of 
Edmar the Black, and was not able to separate from him with 
that land, and it rendered geld for one virgate. Two ploughs can 
plough this. Aluered the cup-bearer holds this of the earL Of it 
Aluered has half a virgate and one plough in demesne; and the 
villeins half a virgate, and one plough, and two oxen. There 
Aluered has three villeins, and two bordars, and one serf, and 
eight head of cattle, and twenty-nine sheep, and ten acres of 
meadow, and thirty acres of pasture. This is worth ten shillings, 
and it was worth as much when the earl received it 

iPfnatonau 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Finatona quam 
tenuit Etmarus ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro iii hidis. Has possunt arare 
vi carucse. Et Drogo tenet eas de comite. Inde habet 
Drogo in dominio dimidiam hidam et dimidiam carucam et 
uillani ii hidas et dimidiam. Ibi habet Drogo viii uillanos et 



THB DEVONSHIRB DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 325 



Alured holds of the earl Frisehara. Edmer held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. There 
is land for three ploughs. In demesne is one plough, and two 
serfs, and five villeins, and three bordars, with three ploughs. 
There is an acre and a half of meadow and twenty acres of 
pasture. Formerly and now worth twenty shillings. 



Idem Aluredus tenet de comite Widefelle. iEdmaer 
tenebat tempore regis Edwardi et geldabat pro una virgata 
terrae. Terra est ii carucis quae ibi sunt cum i seruo et iii 
uillanis et ii bordariis. Ibi x acrae prati et xxx acrae 
pasturae. Olim et modo ualet x solid os. — ExcA. D. 105 
(I); ua. 



The same Alured holds of the earl Widefelle. iEdmaer held it 
in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of 
land. There is land for two ploughs, which are there, with one 
serf, and three villeins, and two bordars. There are ten acres of 
meadow and thirty acres of pasture. Formerly it was, and now it 
is, worth ten shillings. 



;ffnetone» 

Drogo tenet de comite Finetone. Edmaer tenebat tem- 
pore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro iii hidis. Terra est vi 
carucis. Ibi sunt viii uillani et iiii bordarii et ii serui et xv 
acrae prati et c acrae pasturae et vi acrae siluae. 

Olim iiii libras. Modo ualet xl solidos. — ExcA. D, 105 
(I); \\a. 



326 THE DEV0K8HIRE DOMESDAT — EXETEB. 

iiii bordarios et ii seruos et v porcos et xv oues et nemoris vi 
agros et xv prati et c agros pascuse et ualet' per annum xl 
solidos et quando recepit ualebat iiii libras. — Exon. D, 
(2146) 194 

The earl has a manor called Finatona, which Etmar held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for three hides. Six ploughs can plough these. And Drogo 
holds them of the earl. Of these Drogo has in demesne half a 
hide and half a plough, and the villeins two hides and a half. 
There Drogo has eight villeins, and four bordars, and two serfs, and 
five swine, and fifteen sheep, and six acres of wood, and fifteen 
[acr^] of meadow, and one hundred acres of pasture ; and it is 
worth forty shillings a year, and it was worth when he received it 
four pounda 

Cotekia. 

Comes de moritonis habet i mansionem quae uocatur 
Coteleia quam tenuit Edmarus ea die qua rex Eduuardas fuit 
uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro ii hidis. Has 
possunt arare viii carucse. Mode tenet Eicardus de comita 
Inde habet Eicardus hidam et dimidiam uirgam in dominie 
et ii carucas et uillani habent i hidam dimidiam aiigam 
minus. Ibi habet Eicardus x et vii uillanos et iiii bordarios 
et i senium et viii porcos et Ix oues et ualet per annum xl 
solidos et quando comes recepit ualebat xx solidos. — Exon, Z>. 
(2176) 197. 

The earl of Mortain has a manor called Coteleia, which Edmar 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for two hides. Eight ploughs can plough these. 
Now Eichard holds these of the earl. Of them Eichard has 
a hide and half a virgate in demesne and two ploughs, and the 
villeins have one hide less half a virgate. There Eichard has 
seventeen villeins, and four bordars, and one serf, and eight swine, 
and sixty sheep ; and it is worth forty shiUings a year, and it was 
worth when the earl received it twenty shillings. 

Cont^j^ttDa. 

Comes habet i mansionem qusR uocatur Comehuda quam 
tenuit Edmarus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt arare 
V carucae. Eaginaldus \ienet hanc] de comite. Inde habet 
Eaginaldus i uirc^am in dominio et carucam et dimidiam et 
uillani habent iii uirgas et ii carucas. Ibi habet Eaginaldus 
viii uillanos et vii [sic] bordarios et viii seruos et iii equos indo- 



THB DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT — EXCHEQUER. 327 



Drogo holds of the earl Finetone. Edmser held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for three hides. There is land for 
six ploughs. There are eight villeins, and four bordars, and two 
serfs, and fifteen acres of meadow, and one hundred acres of 
pasture, and six acres of wood. 

Formerly it was worth four pounds. Now it is worth forty 
shillings. 



CottUt. 

Ricardus tenet de comite Cotelie. Edmaer tenebat tem- 
pore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro ii hidis. Terra est viii 
carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae cum i seruo et xvii 
uillani et iiii bordarii cum vi carucis. Olim xx solidos. 
Mode ualet xl solidos. — £xcA. D. 105 (i); iia. 



Richard holds of the earl Cotelie. Edmaer held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for two hides. There is land for 
eight ploughs. In demesne there are two ploughs, with one serf, 
and seventeen villeins, and four bordars, with six ploughs. 
Formerly, it was worth twenty shillings. Now it is worth forty 
shillings. 



Comri^oDe* 

Rainaldus tenet de comite Cornehode. Edmaer tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro i hida. Terra est 
V carucis. In dominio est caruca et dimidia et viii serui et 
viii uillani et viii [sic] bordarii cum ii carucis. Ibi pastura i 
leuca longitudine et dimidia leuca latitudine. Silua ii 
leucae longitudine et dimidia leuca latitudine. Olim et 
modo ualet xl solidos. — ExcA. D. 105 (i); i la. 



328 THE DEYONSHIBE DOMESDAT — ^EXETEB. 

mitas et x animalia et iii porcos et xxii capras et ii leugas 
nemoris in longitudine et dimidiam in latitudine et i leugam 
pascuse in longitudine et dimidiam in latitudine et ualet per 
annum xl solidos et quando comes recepit tantundem. — 
Uxon. D. (2186) 198. 

The earl has a manor called Comeliuda, which Edmar held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one hide. Five ploughs can plough this. Eeginald [tiolds 
thi8\ of the earl. Of it Eeginald has one virgate in demesne and 
a plough and a half, and the villeins have three virgates and two 
ploughs. There Eeginald has eight villeins, and seven bordars, and 
eight serfs, and three unbroken horses, and ten head of cattle, and 
three swine, and twenty-two goats, and two leugas of wood in 
length and a half in breadth, and one leuga of pasture in length 
and half in breadth ; and it is worth forty shillings a year, and 
it was worth as much when the earl received it. 



19'itittetotui. 

Comes habet i mansionem quse uocatur Niunetona quam 
tenuit Edmarrus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uinus et 
mortuus. £t reddidit gildum pro ii hidis. Has possunt 
arare x carucas. Eaginaldus tenet banc de comite. Inde 
habet Eaginaldus dimidiam hidam in dominio et iiii boues et 
uillani [ate] hidam et dimidiam et iii carucas. Ibi habet Eagi- 
naldus xvi uillanos et v bordarios et xii seruos et vi animalia 
et iii porcos et xxiiii ones et x capras et i leugam nemoris in 
longitudine et i quadragenariam in latitudine et ii agros prati 
et Ix agros pascuae et ualet per annum iii librae et x solidos 
et quando comes recepit ucdlebat [sic] vi libras.— 'J^a^em. D. 
(2186) 198. 

The earl has a manor called Niuuetona, which Edmar held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for two hides. Ten ploughs can plough this. Eeginald holds 
this of the earL Of them Eeginald has half a hide in demesne 
and four oxen, and the villeins a hide and a half and three ploughs. 
There Eeginald has sixteen villeins, and five bordars, and twelve 
serfs, and six head of cattle, and three swine, and twenty-four 
sheep, and ten goats, and one leuga of wood in length and one 
furlong in breadth, and two acres of meadow, and sixty acres of 
pasture ; and it is worth three pounds and ten shillings a year, and 
it was worth six pounds when the earl received it. 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUER. 329 



Rainald holds of the earl Cornehode. Edmaer held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There is 
land for five ploughs. In demesne there is a plough and a half, 
and eight serfs, and eight villeins, and eight bordars, with two 
ploughs. There is pasture one leuca long and half a leuca broad, 
wood two leucas long and half a leuca broad. Formerly it was, 
and now it is, worth forty shillings. 



Idem Rainaldus tenet de comite Niwetone. Edmaer 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro ii hidis. 
Terra est x carucis. In dominio est dimidia caruca et xii 
serui et xvi uillani et v bordarii cum iii carucis. Ibi ii 
acrse prati et Ix acrae pasturae. Silua i leuca longitudine et 
una quarentena latitudine. 

Olim vi libras. Modo ualet Ixx solidos. — Exch. D, 105 
(I); iia. 



The same Rainald holds of the earl Niwetone. Edmser held it 
in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for two hides. 
There is land for ten ploughs. In demesne there is half a plough, 
and twelve serfs, and sixteen villeins, and five bordars, with three 
ploughs. There are two acres of meadow and sixty acres of 
pasture. Wood one leuca long and one furlong broad. 

Formerly it wa^ worth six pounds. Now it is worth seventy 
shillings. 



330 THE DBYOl^SHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

Comes habet i mansionem qui^ uocatur Boltesberia quam 
tenuit Edmerus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gilduni pro i hida. Hanc possunt arare 
iiii carucaB. Hanc [tenet] Hugo de comite. Inde habet Hugo 
dimidiam hidam et i carrucam in dominio et uillani dimidiam 
hidam et i carrucam. Ibi habet Hugo i uillanum et iii bor- 
darios et i seruum et i porcum et ix cues. Haac uaJet x solidos 
et quando comes recepit xxx solidos. — JExon. D. (220) 200. 

The earl has a manor called Boltesberia, which Edmer held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one hide. Four ploughs can plough this. Hugo Ihalds] 
this of the earL Of it Hugo has half a hide and one plough in 
demesne, a\id the villeins half a hide and one plough, There 
Hugo has one villein, and three bordars, and one seif, and one 
pig, and nine sheep. This is worth ten shillings, and it was 
worth when the earl received it thirty shillings. 

ISocfielanSa. 

Huic mansion! est addita i mansionem quae uocatur Boche- 
landa quam tenuit Edena pariter ea die qua rex Eduuardas 
fuit uiuus et mortuus et potuit ire ad quemlibet dominum et 
reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc potest arare i carruca et 
dimidia. Ibi habet Hugo ii uillanos et ii bordarios qui habent 
i carrucam. Haec ualet iiii solidos et quando comes recepit 
tantundem.— ^owi. D. (220) 200. 

To this manor is added a manor called Bochelanda, which Edena 
held in partage on the day on which king Edward was alive and 
dead, and he was at Hberty to go to whomsoever lord he would, 
and it rendered geld for one virgate. One plough and a half can 
plough this. There Hugo has two villeins, and two bordars, who 
have one plough. This is worth four shillings, and it was worth 
as much when the earl received it 

SltureDestota. 

Bobertus comes Moritaniae habet i mansionem quae uocatur 
Alueredescota quam tenuit Ordulfus ea die q*ua rex Eduuardus 
fuit uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida et dimidia. 
Hanc possunt arare x carrucae. Hanc tenet Erchenboldus de 
comite. Inde habet Erchenboldus dimidiam hidam et iii 
carrucas in dominio. Et uillani i hidam et vi carrucas. Ibi 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 331 

Hugo tenet de comite Boltesberie. Edmer tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una hida. Terra 
est iiii carucis. In dominio est una caruca cum i seruo et i 
uillano et iii bordarii cum i caruca. Olim xxx solidos. 
Modo ualet x solidos. — Exch. D. 105 (i); iia. 



Hugo holds of the earl Boltesberie. Edmer held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There is land for 
four ploughs. In demesne there is one plough, with one serf, and 
one villein, and three bordars, with one plough. Formerly it was 
worth thirty shillings. Now it is worth ten shillings. 



Huic manerio est addita Bocheland. Eddena libere 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una 
virgata terrae. Terra est i caruca et dimidia quae ibi est 
cum ii uillanis et ii bordariis. Olim et modo ualet iiii 
solidos. — Exch. D. 105 (i) ; i la. 



To this manor is added Bocheland. Eddena held it freely in 
the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. 
There is land for one plough and a half, which is there, with two 
villeins, and two bordars. Formerly it was, and now it is, worth 
four shillings. 



Erchenbaldus tenet de comite Alveredescote. Ordulf 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una hida 
et dimidia. Terra est x carucis. In dominio sunt iii 
carucae et vi serui et viii uillani et vii bordarii cum vi 
carucis. Ibi v acrae prati et xx acrae pasturae. Olim vi 
libras. Modo ualet iii libras. — Exch. D. 103 (i); i\a. 



332 THE DEVOKSHIfiE DOMESDAY— EXETEB. 

habet Erchenboldus viii uillanos et vii bordarios et vi seruos 
et vi animalia et iiii porcos et 1 oues et xii capias et v agros 
prati et xx agros pascuse. Hsec ualet Ix solidos et quando 
comes recepit ualebat vi libras. 

De his vi uirgis tenuit quidam tegnus i uirgam qui non 
poterat de Ordalfo separare. — Exotl D. (2126) 192. 

Eobeit earl of Mortain has a manor called Alueredeecota, which 
Ordulf held on the day on which king Edward was alive and 
dead, and it rendered geld for one hide and a hal£ Ten ploughs 
can ploagh this. Erchenbold holds this of the earL Of it 
Erchenbold has half a hide and three ploughs in demesne, and 
the villeins one hide and six ploughs. There Erchenbold has 
eight villeins, and seven bordars, and six serfs, and six head of 
cattle, and four swine, and fifty sheep, and twelve goats, and five 
acres of meadow, and twenty acres of pasture. This is worth sixty 
shillings, and it was worth when the earl received it six pounds. 

Of these six virgates a certain thane held one virgate, who was 
not able to separate it from the land of Ordulf. 



iSratona. 

Comes Bobertus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Bratona 
quam tenuit Ordulfus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt araie 
xii carrucae. Hanc tenet Erchenboldus de comite. Inde 
habet Erchenboldus dimidiam hidam et iiii carrucas in 
dominio et uillani dimidiam hidam et x carrucas. Ibi habet 
Erchenboldus xiiii uillanos et iiii bordarios et viii seruos et 
xi animalia et xl porcos et c oues et xxxv capras et Ix agros 
nemoris et iiii agros prati et c agros pascuae. Hsec ualet viii 
libras et quando comes recepit ualebat tantundem. — Exon, D, 
(213) 192. 

Earl Eobert has a manor called Bratona, which Ordulf hold on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one hide. Twelve ploughs can plough this. Erchenbold 
holds this of the earL Of it Erchenbold has half a hide and 
four ploughs in demesne, and the villeins half a hide and ten 
ploughs. There Erchenbold has fourteen villeins, and four 
bordars, and eight serfis, and eleven head of cattle, and forty swine, 
and one hundred sheep, and thirty-five goats, and sixty acres of 
wood, and four acres of meadow, and one himdred acres of pasture. 
This is worth eight pounds, and it was worth as much when the 
earl received it. 



THE DEVONSHIBB DOMESDAY — ^EXCHEQUER. 333 



Erchenbald holds of the eaxl Alveredescote. Ordulf held it in 
the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide and a 
half.- There is land for ten ploughs. In demesne are three 
ploughs, and six serfs, and eight villeins, and seven bordars, with 
six ploughs. There are five acres of meadow and twenty acres 
of pasture. Formerly it was worth six pounds. ^ Now it is worth 
three pounds. 



Vtotone* 

Idem tenet de comite Brotone. Ordulf tenebat tempore 
r^is Eduuardi et geldabat pro una hida. Terra est xii 
carucis. In dominie sunt iiii carucs et viii semi et xiiii 
uillani et iiii bordarii cum x carucis. Ibi iiii acrae prati et 
c acrae pasturae et Ix acrae siluae. Olim et modo ualet viii 
\ibras.—ExcA, D. 105 (i); \\b. 



The same holds of the earl Brotone. Ordulf held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There is land 
for twelve ploughs. In demesne are four ploughs, and eight 
serfs, and fourteen villeins, and four bordars, with ten ploughs. 
There are four acres of meadow, and one hundred acres of 
pasture, and sixty acres of wood. Formerly it was, and now it is, 
worth eight pounds. 



334 THE DSVONSHIBB DOMESDAY — ^EXETER. 

Huic manaioni sunt adinnctse iii mansiones quas tenuenint 
iii tegni pariter et potuemnt ire ad quemlibet dominum et ii 
ex his iii faenint homines Ordulfi et tertius t^nus non fait 
suns homo. Et istse iii mansiones reddiderunt gUdnm pro iii 
mrgis. Has possunt arare vii carracs. Ibi habet Eichen- 
boldns Y uillanos qui habent ibi y carrucas et iii seruos et x 
agios nemoris et Yiii agros prati et 1 agros pascuae. latae iii 

Til 

mansiones ualsent xxi solidos et i denario& — Exofk D. 
(213) 192. 

To this manor are joined three manors, which three thanes held 
in partage, and they were at liberty to go to whomsoever lord thej 
would ; and two of these were homagers of Ordulf, and the third 
thane was not his homager. And tiiese three manors rendered 
geld for three yiigates. Seven ploughs can plough thesa There 
Erchenbold has five villeins, who have there five ploughs, and three 
serfiB, and ten acres of wood, and eight acres of meadow, and fifty 
acres of pasture. These three manors are worth twenty-one shillings 
and seven pence [one penny]. 



Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatui Crideholda quam 
tenuit Ordulfus ea die qua rex Edunardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt arare 
X carrucae. Hanc tenet Eicehnboldus [ate] de comita Inde 
habet Erchenboldus i uiigam et iii carrucas in dominio et 
uillani iii uiigas et vi carrucas. Ibi tenet Erchenboldus x 
uillanos et ix bordarios et ii seruos et xi animalia et xii 
porcos et c ones et y agros prati. Haec ualet iiii libras et 
quando comes recepit ualebat tantundem. Et qusedam soror 
Ordulfi tenuit inde i uiigam quam non potuit separare ab 
Ordulfa— jEctm. D. (212) 193. 

Hie earl has a manor called Crideholda, which Oidulf held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one hida Ten ploughs «an plough thia Erchenbcdd 
holds this of the earl. Of it Erchenbold has one viigate and 
three ploughs in demesne, and the villeins three virgatee and six 
plougha There Erchenbold holds ten villeins, and nine bordan^ 
and two serfs, and eleven head of oxen, and twelve swine, and one 
hundred sheep, and five acres of meadow. This is worth four 
pounds, and it was worth as much when the earl received ii And a 
certain sister of Oidulf held one viigate of it^ which she could 
not separate from [the land of] Ordull 



THE DEVONSHIBS DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUER. 335 

Huic manerio sunt adiunctae iii terrae quas libere tene* 
bant iii taini tempore regis Eduuardi pro tribus maneriis. 
Duo ex his erant homines Ordulfi tertius minime et gelda- 
bant pro iii virgatis terrae. Terra est vii carucis. Ibi v 
uillani et iii semi habent v carucas. Ibi viii acrae prati et 
1 acrae pasturae et x acrae siluae. Valent xxii solidos. — 
Exch. D. lOS (i); iia. 



To this manor are joined three lands, which three thanes held 
fieely in the time of king Edward for three manors. Two of 
these were homagers of Ordulf, the third not so, and they paid 
geld for three virgates of land. There is land for seven ploughs. 
Thdre are five villeins, and three serfs, have five ploughs. There 
are eight acres of meadow, and fifty acres of pasture, and ten 
acres of wood. Worth twenty-two shillings. 



CrOielolOe. 

Erchenbaldus tenet de comite Crideholde. Ordulf tene- 
bat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro i hida. Terra 
est x carucis. In dominio sunt iii carucae et ii serui et x 
uillani et ix bordarii cum vi carucis. Ibi v acrae prati. 
Olim et modo ualet iiii libras. 

Soror Ordulf tenebat una virgata de hac terra et non 
poterat se ab eo separare. — Exch. D. 105 (i); i la. 



Erchenbald holds of the earl Crideholde. Ordulf held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There is 
land for ten ploughs. In demesne are three ploughs, and 
two ser&, and ten villeins, and nine bordars, with six ploughs. 
There are five acres of meadow. Formerly it was, and now it is, 
worth four pounds. 

The sister of Ordulf held one virgate of this land^ and was not 
able to separate herself firom it \ih€ manor\ 



z 2 



336 THE DIVONSHIRE DOMKSDAT — EXETEB. 

Sbmttt §ilaxit C|err|^e* 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Sancte Marie 
Cherche quam tenoit Ordolfus ea die qua rex Edauaidus fait 
niuos et mortnus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc 
possunt arare iiii camicse. Hanc tenet Bicardus filius 
Torolui de comite. Inde habet Bicardus in dominio ii uiigas 
et ii carrucas et uillani ii uirgas et i carrucam et dimidiam. 
Ibi habet Bicardus v uillanos et viii bordarios et iii seruos et 
i runcinum et iiii animalia et v porcos et ex cues et i agrum 
prati et ualet per annum xl solidos et quando Becepit comes 
XX solidos.— JPawi. B. (216&) 196. 

The earl has a manor called Sancte Marie Cherche, which 
Ordulf held on the day on which king Edward was alive And 
dead, and ii rendered geJd for one hide. Four ploughs can plough 
thi& Bichard, son of Torol, holds this of the earl. Of it 
Bichard has in demesne two virgates and two ploughs, and the 
Tilleins two virgates and one plough and a half. There Bichard 
has five villeins, and eight boidars, and three serfs, and one pack- 
horse, and four head of cattle, and five swine, and one hundred 
and ten sheep, and one acre of meadow; and it is worth forty 
shillings a year, and when the earl received it it was worth twenty 
shillings. 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Hamistona quam 
tenuit Ordulfus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
miortuus et reddidit gildum pro ii hidis. Has possunt arare x 
camicdB. Hanc tenet Hamelinus de comite. Inde habet 
Hamelinus i hidam et ii carrucas in dominio et uillani i 
hidam et vi carrucaa Ibi habet Hamelinus x uillanos et ix 
bordarios et iii seruos et ix animalia et ix porcos et Ixviii 
cues et xii agros nemoris et iiii agros prati et x agros paseoss. 
Haec ualet Ix solidos et quando comes recepit xl solidos. — 
JSxan. D. (217) 197. 

The earl has a manor called Hamistona, which Ordulf held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for two hides. Ten ploughs can plough this. Hamelin 
holds this of the earl Of them Hamelin has one hide and two 
ploughs in demesne, and the villeins one hide and six plonglis. 
There Hamelin has ten villeins, and nine bordars, and three serfs, 
and nine head of cattle, and nine swine, and sixty-eight sheep, and 
twelve acres of wood, and four acres of meadow, and ten acres of 
pasture. This is worth sixty shillings, and it was worth when the 
earl received it forty shillings. 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — BXOHEQXJEB. 337 

Sanrte fiHaxit Ctvtt. 

Ricardus tenet de comite Sancte Marie Cerce. Ordulf 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro i hida. 
Terra est iiii carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et iii serui 
et V uillani et viii bordarii cum i caruca et dimidia et i acra 
prati. Olim xx solidos. Modo ualet xl solidos. — JSxcA, D. 
IDS (i); \\a. 



Richard holds of the earl Saint Marie Cerce. Ordulf held it in 
the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There 
is land for four ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and 
three serfs, and five villeins, and eight bordars, with one plough 
and a half, and one acre of meadow. Formerly it was worth 
twenty shillings. Now it is worth forty shillings. 



Samtotone* 

Hamelin tenet de comite Hamistone. Ordulf tenebat 
tempore r^is Eduuardi et geldabat pro ii hidis. Terra est 
X carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et iii serui et x uillani 
et ix bordarii cum vi carucis. Ibi iiii acrae prati et x acras 
pasturae et xii acrae siluae. Olim xl solidos. Modo ualet 
Ix solidos. — Exch, D. 105 (i); \\a. 



Hamelin holds of the earl Hamistone. Ordulf held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for two hides. There is 
land for ten ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and 
three serfs, and ten villeins, and nine bordars, with six ploughs. 
There are four acres of meadow, and ten acres of pasture, and 
twelve acres of wood. Formerly it was worth forty shillings. 
Now it is worth sixty shillings. 



338 THE DEVOKSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

Comes habet i mansionem quae nocatur Bicheberia quam 
tenuit Ordulfas ' ea die qua rex Eduuardus fait uiaus et 
mortuus. £t reddidit gildum pro ii hidis. Has possnnt arare 
xiL carracse. Raginaldus de ualletorta tenet banc de comite. 
Inde habet Baginaldus dimidiam hidam in dominio et ii 
carrucas et nillani habent i hidam et dimidiam et iii camicas 
et dimidiam. Ibi habet Baginaldus xii uillanos et totidem 
bordarioB et i roncinum et x animalia et ix porcos et c et vii 
ones et ix capras et i salina quae ualet xxx denarios per 
annum et i leugam nemoris in longitudine et i quadiagenariam 
in latitudine et y agros prati et xxx agros pascuse et ualet per 
annum Ix solidos et quando comes recepit ualebat vii libras. 
—Exon, D, (218) 198. 

The earl has a manor called Bicheberia, which Ordulf held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for two hides. Twelve ploughs can plough thi& Eeginald de 
Yalletorta holds this of the earl. Of it Eeginald has half a hide in 
demesne and two ploughs, and the villeins have one hide and a half 
and three ploughs and a half. There Reginald has twelve villeins^ 
and as many bordars, and one pack-horse, and ten head of cattle, and 
nine swine, and one hundred and seven sheep, and nine goats, and 
one saltwork which is worth thirty pence a year, and wood one leuga 
in length and one furlong in breadth, and five acres of meadow, 
and thirty acres of pasture ; and it is worth sixty shillings a year, 
and it was worth when the earl received it seven pounds. 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Hereforda quam 
tenuit Ordulfus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt arare 
y carrucsB. Baginaldus tenet hanc de comite. Inde habet 
Baginaldus dimidiam hidam in dominio et i carrucam et 
uillani dimidiam hidam et ii carrucas. Ibi Ihabef] Baginaldus 
vi uillanos et vi bordarios et ii seruos et v animalia et ▼ 
porcos et xx ones et xi capras et i leugam pascuse in longitu- 
dine et dimidiam in latitudine et ualet per annum xxx 
solidos et quando comes recepit ualebat iii librae. — Ex(m, J9. 
(2186) 198. 

The earl has a manor called Hereforda, which Ordulf held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one hide. Five ploughs can plough this. Beginald 



THB DEVONSHIBB DOMESDAY— XXOHSQUKB. 339 

Rainaldus tenet de comite Bicheberie. Ordulf tenebat 
tempore r^s Eduuardi et geldabat pro ii hidis. Terra est 
xii carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et xii uillani et xii 
bordarii cum iii carucis et dimidia. Ibi salina reddit xxx 
denarios. Ibi v acras prati et xxx acrae pasturae. Silua i 
leuca longitudine et una quarentena latitudine. Olim vii 
libras, Modo ualet iii libras. — Exch. D. 105 (i); iitf. 



Rainald holds of the earl Bicheberie. Ordulf held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for two hides. There is 
land for twelve ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and 
twelve villeins, and twelve bordars, with three ploughs and a hal£ 
There a saltwork pays thirty pence. There are five acres of 
meadow and thirty acres of pasture. Wood one leuga long and 
one furlong broad Formerly it was worth seven pounds. Now 
it is worth three pounds. 



Rainaldus tenet de comite Hereford. Ordulf tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro i hida. Terra est 
V cafucis. In dominio est i caruca et ii serui et vi uillani 
et vi bordarii cum ii carucis. Pastura i leuca longitudine et 
dimidia leuca latitudine. Olim iii libras. Modo ualet xxx 
solidos. — Exch. D. 105 (2); 11^. 



Rainald holds of the earl Hereford. Ordulf held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There is land for 
five ploughs. In demesne is one plough, and two serfs, and 



340 THE DEVONSHIBE DOMESDAY — ^EXETEB. 

holds this of the earL Of it Eeginald has half a hide in 
demesne and one plough, and the villeins half a hide and two 
ploughs. There Eeginald has six yilleinSy and six bordais, and 
two serfs, and five head of cattle, and five swine, and twenty 
sheep, and eleven goats, and one leuga of pasture in length and a 
half in breadth ; and it is worth thirty shillings a year, and it was 
worth when the earl received it three pounds. 



SitlanHau 

Comes habet i mansionem quae nocatur Birlanda quam 
tenuit Ordulfos ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus at mor- 
tuus et reddidit gildum pro iiii hidis. Has possunt arare xv 
carrucse. Hanc tenet Eainaldus de comite. Inde habet 
Bainaldus i hidam in dominio et uillani iii hidas et vi 
carrucas. Ibi habet Bainaldus xvi uillanos et v bordarios et 
y seruos et iM porcarios qui reddunt per annum xv porcos et 
vii Salinas quae reddunt per annum x solidos. Ibi habet 
Bainaldus i runcinum et v animalia et iii porcos et xxx 
capras et i leugam in longitudine et dimidiam nemoris et i 
quadragenariam in latitudine et v quadragenarias in longitu- 
dine pascuse et i quadragenariam in latitudine et ualet per 
annum c solidos et quando recepit ualebat iii librae. — Exon. j9, 
(2226) 202. 

The earl has one manor called Birlanda, which Ordulf held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for four hides. Fifteen ploughs can plough thi&x Bainald 
holds this of the earl. Of it Bainald has one hide in demesne, 
and the villeins three hides and six ploughs. There Bainald has 
sixteen villeins, and five bordars, and five serfs, and three swine- 
herds who render fifteen swine a year, and seven saltworks which 
render ten shillings a year. There Bainald has one pack-horse, 
and five head of cattle, and three swine, and thirty goats, and wood 
one leuga and a half in length and one furlong in breadth, and 
pasture five furlongs in length and one furlong in breadth ; and it 
is worth one hundred shillings a year, and it was worth three 
pounds when he received it. 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Hela quam tenue- 
runt ii tegni pariter ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et potuerunt ire ad quemlibet dominum cum ista 
terra. Almarus estrege tenuit inde iii ferlinos et FrawintiB 
tenuit i ferlinum et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc 



THE DEV0N8HIB£ DOMESDAT — EXCHEQUER. 341 

six villeins, and six bordars, with two ploughs. Pasture one leuga 
long and half a leuga broad. Formerly it was worth three pounds. 
Now it is worth thirty shillings. 



Rainaldus tenet de comite Birland. Ordulf tenebat 
tempore r^is Eduuardi et geldabat pro iiii hidis. Terra 
est XV carucis. Ibi xvi uillani et v bordarii et v serui 
habentes vi carucis. Ibi iii porcarii reddent xv porcos et 
vii salinae reddunt x solidos. Ibi pastura v quarentenae 
Ipngitudine et una quarentena latitudine. Silua una leuca 
et dimidia longitudine et una quarentena latitudine. Olim 
Ix solidos. Mode ualet c solidos. — Exch. D. 105 (2); lib. 



Rainald holds of the earl Birland. Ordulf held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for four hides. There is land 
for fifteen ploughs. There are sixteen villeins, and five bordars, 
and five serfs, having six ploughs. There three swineherds render 
fifteen pigs, and seven saltworks pay ten shillings. There is 
pasture five furlongs long and one furlong broad. Wood one leuga 
and a half long and one furlong broad. Formerly it was worth 
sixty shillings. Now it is worth one hundred shillings* 



|)atf inba fbtxbfUM Wi QTerratf QTenet Corner twm Cerra ®rliiilft« 

Erchenbaldus tenet de comite Hele. Duo taini tenebant 
tempore regis Eduuardi libere et geldabant pro una 
virgata terrae. Terra est iiii carucis. In dominio est i 
caruca cum uno seruo et vi uillanis et i bordarius et i 
caruca. Ibi x acrae prati et xx acrae pasturse et iii acrae 



342 THE DIVONSHIRB DOMSSDA.T— SXBTEB. 

pofisunt aiaie iiii camicsB. Hanc tenet Erchenboldns de 
comite. Inde habet Etchenboldus i ferlinum et i camicam 
in dominio et uillani iii ferlinos et i carracam. Ibi habet 
Erchenboldns vi uillanos et i boidarium et i semum et vi 
animalia et z ones et iii agros nemoris et x agros piati et xz 
agros pascusB. Haec nalet x solidos et quando comes lecepit 
nalebat xx solidos. 

Hanc terram tenet comes cnm honore Oidolfi. — Exon, D. 
(212) 191. 

The earl holds a manor called Hela, which two thanes held in 
partage on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and 
they were at liberty to go to whomsoever lord they wonld with 
that land. Of it Almar estrege held three ferlings, and 
Frawin held one ferling, and it rendered geld for one viigate. 
Four ploughs can plough this. Erchenbold holds this of the earl 
Of it Erchenbold has one ferling and one plough in demesne, and 
the villeins three ferlings and one plough. There Erchenbold has 
six villeins, and one bordar, and one serf^ and six head of cattle, 
and ten sheep, and three acres of wood, and ten acres of meadow, 
and twenty acres of pasture. This is worth ten shillings, and it 
was worth twenty shillings when the earl received 

The earl holds this land with the honour of Ordulf. 

Comes habet i mansionem qnse uocatnr Estochelia qoam 
tenuit Saiulfns pariter ea die qua rex Edauardus fait ninns et 
mortuus et potnit iie ad qnemlibet dominom et reddidit 
gildum pro i hida. . Hanc possunt araie v carracse. Hanc 
tenet Baujialdus de comite. Inde habet ^ainaldns di"ii<liy iy^ 
hidam et i carracam in dominio. Et uillani dimidiam hidam 
et iiii carracas. Ibi habet Bainaldns vi uillanoe et iiii 
bordarios et iii seraos et ii animalia et iiii porcos et xx ones 
et XX agros nemoris et ii agros prati et xxxii agros pascase. 
Haec aalet xxv solidos et quando comes recepit xv solidos. 
Hanc tenet comes cam honore Ordulfi. — Exon. D. (216J) 195. 

The earl has a manor called Estochelia, which Saiulf held in 
partage on the day in which king Edward was alive and dead, 
and he was at liberty to go to whomsoever lord he would, and 
it rendered geld for one hide. Five ploughs can plough this. 
Bainald holds this of the earl. Of it Rainald has half a hide 
and one plough in demesne, and the villeins half a hide and fonr 
ploughs. There Rainald has six villeins, and four bovdars, and 
three serfs, and two head of cattle, and four swine, and twenty 
sheep, and twenty acres of wood, and two acres of meadow, and 



THE DBYONSHIRB DOMESDAT — EXGHSQUSB. 343 

siluae. Olim xx solidos. Modo ualet x solidos. — Exch. 
D. 105 (2); II*. 



fg\t (Carl liolHtf 4e unHer-torttteii tetoen lanHtf tottjb ^t LanH 

of ®rlitt(t 

Erchenbald holds of the earl Hele. Two thanes held it 
freely in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one 
viigate of land. There is land for four ploughs. In demesne 
is one plough, with one serf, and six villems, and one bordar, 
and one plough. There are ten acres of meadow, and twenty 
acres of pasture, and three acres of wood. Formerly it was worth 
twenty shillings. Now it is worth ten shillings. 



Rainaldus tenet de comite Stochelie. Saulf tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro i hida. Terra 
est V carucis. In dominio est i caruca et iii semi et 
vi uillani et iiii bordarii cum iiii carucis. Ibi ii acrae prati 
et xxxii acrx pasturae et xx acrae siluap. Qlim xv solidos. 
Modo ualet xxv solidos. — Exch. D. 105 (2); 11*. 



Rainald holds of the earl Stochelie. Saulf held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There 
is land for five ploughs. In demesne is one plough, and three 
serfs, and six villeins, and four bordars, with four ploughs. There 
are two acres of meadow, and thirty-two acres of pasture, and 
twenty acres of wood. Formerly it was worth fifteen shillings. 
Now it is worth twenty-five shillings. 



344 THE DSVONBHIRB DOMESDAY — ^EXETEB. 

thirty-two acies of pasture. This is worth twenty-five shillings, 
and it was worth fifteen shillings when the earl received it Tbe 
' earl holds this with the honour of Ordulf. 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Motberia quam 
tennit Wado pariter ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuas et 
mortuos et potuit ire ad quemlibet dominom et reddidit 
gildum pro i hida. Hanc possont arare v carruc». Hanc 
tenet Eicardus de comite. Inde habet Ricardus dimidiam 
hidam et i carrncam in dominio et uillani dimidiam hidam et 
uirgam, quam uirgam tenuit Wado de Ordulfo et non potuit 
cum ilia uirga separare ab Ordulfo sed cum supradicta hida 
potuit et illi uillani habent iii carrucas. Ibi habet Kicaidus 
iiii uillanos et ii bordarios et i seruum et vi animalia et vi 
porcos et Ix ones et xxx capras et ii agros nemoris et supra- 
dicta hida ualet xxx solidos et quando comes recepit tan- 
tundem. Et hanc hidam tenet comes cum honore Ordulfi 
iniuste et supradicta uirga ualet ii solidos et quando comes 
recepit tantundem« — Exon. D, (221) 201. 

The earl has a manor called Motberia, which Wado held in 
partage on the day on which king Edwud was alive and dead, 
and he was at liberty to go to whomsoever lord he would ; and 
it rendered geld for one hide. Five ploughs can plough this. 
Bichard holds this of the earl Thence Eichard has half a hide 
and one plough in demesne, and the villeins half a hide and a 
virgate, which virgate Wado held of Ordulf, and he was not able 
to separate with that vii^gate from \the land o/l Ordulf but he 
could with the aforesaid hide; and these villeins have three 
ploughs. There Eichard has four villeins, and two bordars, and 
one serf, and six head of cattle, and six swine, and sixty sheep, 
and thirty goats, and two acres of wood ; and the aforesaid hide 
is worth thirty shillings, and it was worth as much when the eail 
received it And this hide the earl holds with the honour of 
Ordulf unjustly \ and the aforesaid virgate is worth two shillings, 
and it was worth as much when the earl received it. 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Tore quam tenuit 
Wado pariter ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus 
et potuit ire ad quemlibet dominum et reddidit gildum pro 
i hida. Hanc possunt arare iiii carrucse. Hanc tenet Kain- 
aldus de comite. Inde habet Eainaldus dimidiam hidam et 
i carrucam in dominio et uillani dimidiam hidam et dlnni#^iftfir^ 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT — ^EXCHEQUER. 345 



Richardus tenet de comite Mortberie. Wado libere 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro i 
hida. Terra est v carucis. . In dominio est i caruca cum i 
seruo et iiii uillani et ii bordarii cum iii carucis. Ibi ii 
acrae siluse. Olim et modo ualet xxx solidos. Hanc 
terram tenet comes iniuste. 

Ibidem tenet una virgata terrae quae non poterat ab 
Ordulfo separari tempore regis Eduuardi. Valet ii solidos. 
— Exch. D. lOS (2); \\b. 



Richard holds of the earl Mortberie. Wado held it freely 
in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. 
There is land for five ploughs. In demesne is one plough, with 
one serf, and four villeins, and two bordars, with three ploughs. 
There are two acres of wood. Formerly and now worth thirty 
shillings. The earl holds this land unjustly. 

There he holds one virgate of land, which could not be 
separated from Ordulf in the time of king Edward Worth two 
shillings. 



Rainaldus tenet de comite Tori. Wado libere tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una hida. Terra 
est iiii carucis. In dominio est i caruca et ii semi et iii 
uillani et v bordarii cum dimidia caruca. Ibi iii acrse prati 
et V acrae pasturae et v acrae siluae. Olim xx solidos. 
Modo ualet xv solidos.-*-£';wA. D, 105 (2); ii. 



346 THB DETONSHIBE DOMESDAY — EXEIBB. 

carrucam. Ibi habet Bainaldas iii uillanos et v bordarios et 
ii seruos et ii animalia et vi porcos et v agros nemnscoli 
et iii agios prati et v agros pascuae. Hsec ualet xv solidos et 
quando comes recepit xx solidos et hsec est iuncta com 
honore Ordulfi.— iPawi. D. (221) 201. 

The earl has a manor called Toie^ which Wado held in partage 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and he 
was at lib^j to go to whomsoeyer lord he would; and it rendered 
geld for one hide. Four ploughs can plough this. Eainald holds 
this of the earl. Of it Eainald has half a hide and one plough in 
demesne, and the yilleins half a hide and half a plough. There 
Raiuald has three villeins, and five boidars, and two sei&, and two 
head of cattle, and six swine, and five acres of imderwood, and 
three acres of meadow, and five acres of pasture. This is worth 
fifteen shillings, and it was worth twentj shillings when the ead 
received it ; and this is joined with the honour of Oidull 

9are»tatuu 

Comes habet i mansionem quae nocator Harestana quam 
tenuit Sueta pariter ea die qua rex Eduuardus fait uiuus et 
mortuus et potuit ire ad quemlibet dominum et reddidit 
gildum pro iii uiigas. Has possunt arare ii carrucse. Hanc 
tenet Rainaldus de comite. Inde habet Bainaldus i uiigam 
et dimidiam et i carrucam in dominio et uillani i uiigam et 
dimidiam. Ibi habet Rainaldus iii uillanos et iii seruos et iii 
animalia et xxxv cues et dimidiam leugam nemoris in longitu- 
dine et i quadragenariam in latitudina Hsec ualet x soUdos 
et quando comes lecepit xv solidoa Hsec est iuncta cam 
honore Ordulfi.— ^axm. D, (221J) 201. 

The earl has a manor called Harestana, which Sueta held in 
partage on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and 
he was at liberty to go to whomsoever lord he would; and it 
rendered geld for three virgatea Two ploughs can plough thia. 
Eainald holds this of the eatL Of these Eainald has one viigate 
and a half and one plough in demesne, and the villeins one viigate 
and a half. There Eainald has three villeins, and three serfs, and 
three head of cattle, and thirty-five sheep, and half a leuga of wood 
in length and one furlong in breadth. This is worth ten shillings, 
and it was worth fifteen shillings when the earl received it This is 
joined with the honour of Ordulf. 

Comes habet i mansionem qusa uocatur Espredelestona 
quam tenuerunt iiii tegni paritei ea die qua rex Eduuardna 



THE DBYONSHIRE DOMXSDAT— EXCHEQUER. 347 



Rainald holds of the earl Tori. Wado held it freely in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There is 
land for four ploughs. In demesne is one plough, and two serfs, 
and three villeins, and five bordars, with half a plough. There 
are three acres of meadow, and five acres of pasture, and five 
acres of wood Formerly it was worth twenty shillings. Now it 
is worth fifteen shillings. 



m 

Idem tenet de comite Harestane. Suet tenebat tempore 
regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro iii virgatis terrae. Terra 
est ii carucis. Ibi est i caruca et iii semi et iii uillani. 
Silua dimidia leuca longitudine et una quarentena latitu- 
dine. Olim xv solidos. Modo ualet x solidos. — ExcA, D. 
105 (2); II*. 



The same holds of the earl Harestane. Suet held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for three viigates of land. 
There is land for two ploughs. There is one plough, and three 
serfs, and three villeins. Wood half a leuga in length and one 
furlong in breadth. Formerly it was worth fifteen shillings. Now 
it is worth ten shillings. 



SbptatUntont. 

Idem Rainaldus tenet de comite Spredelestone. Quatuor 
taini libere tenebant tempore r^is Eduuardi et geldabant 



348 THB DKV0K8HIBB DOMESDAY— KXETBB. 

fdit uiaus et mortuus et potuerunt ire ad quemlibet dominnm 
et Unas quisque eorum tenuit inde i ferlinum et reddidit 
gildum pro i uiiga. Hanc possont arare ii carrucsB. Hanc 
tenet Babaldus de comite. Inde habet Bainaldus dimidiain 
uirgam et dimidiam camicam in dominio et uillani dimidiam 
uirgam et dimidiam camicam. Ibi habet Bainaldus iiii 
uillanos et iii bordaiios et i agrum prati et x agros pascuao. 
HsBC ualet x solidos et quando comes recepit xx solidos. 
Hsec est iuncta cum honore Ordulfi. — Exon. 2>. (222) 202. 

The earl has a manor called Espredelestona^ which four thanes 
held in partage on the day on which king Edward was aliye and 
dead, and they were at liberty to go to whomsoeyer lord they 
would ; and each one of them held of it one f erling, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate. Two ploughs can plough this. Rainald holds 
this of the earL Thence Eainald has half a yirgate and half a 
plough in demesne^ and the villeins half a yiigate and half a plough. 
There Rainald has four villeins, and three bordars, and one acre of 
meadow, and ten acres of pasture. This is worth ten shillings, and 
it was worth twenty shilUngs when the earl received it This is 
joined with the honour of Ordulf. 

88teDteriga. 

Comes habet i mansionem quse uocatur Wedreriga quam 
tenuit Otrus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus 
et reddidit gildum pro i ferlino. Hunc potest arare Hiinifli^ 
carruca. Hanc tenet Bainaldus de comite. Ibi habet Bain- 
aldus i seruum et ii agros nemoris et vi agros pascu» et 
reddit per annum iii solidos. Iste supradictus Otrus tennit 
terram suam pariter et modo est addita terrse Ordulfi. — 
Exan. D. (222ft) 202. 

The earl has a manor called Wedreriga, which Otrus held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one ferling. Half a plough can plough this, Bainald 
holds this of the earL There Bainald has one serf, and two acres 
of wood, and six acres of pasture, and renders three shillings a 
year. The above-named Otrus held his land in partage, and now 
it is added to the land of Ordal£ 

ZMotlelfia. 

Gomes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Estocheleia quam 
tenuit Alsi ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et moitans 
et reddidit jgUdum pro iii ferlinis. Has possunt arare ii 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT— EXCHEQUER. 349 

pro una virgata terrae. Terra est ii canicis. Ibi est i 
caruca et iiii uillani et iii bordarii et una acra prati et x 
acrae pasture. Olim xx solidos. Modo ualet x solidos. — 
Exch, D. 105 (2); II*. 



The same Rainald holds of the earl Spredelestone. Four thanes 
held it freely in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one 
virgate of land. There is land for two ploughs. There is one 
plough, and four villeins, and three bordars, and one acre of 
meadow, and ten acres of pasture. Formerly it was worth 
twenty shillings. Now it is worth ten shillings. 

Note, — In the margin of the original, against the six last entries — Hele, 
Stockelie, Mortbelie, Tori, Harestane, and Spredelestone — the word par^ for 
pariier^ is written. 



88teDetfge. 

Idem Rainaldus tenet de comite Wederige. Otre tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro uno ferling. Terra 
est dimidia caruca. Ibi est unus seruus et vi acrae pasturae 
et ii acrae siluse. Reddit iii solidos. — Exch, D, 105 (2); 11*. 

|)ot nsqne snnt aliliitse terras* 



The same Rainald holds of the earl Wederige. Otre held it in 
the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one ferling. There 
is land for half a plough. There is one serf, and six acres of 
pasture, and two acres of wood. It returns three shillings. 

QTIiittf fat ate Ibe ^Wt\ \m\%. 



Stoclelie. 

Erchenbaldus tenet de comite Stochelie. Alsi tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro iii ferlings. Terra 
est iii carucis. Ibi sunt ii carucae et ii serui et iii villani et 

2 A 



850 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXETER. 

carrucaB. Hanc tenet Erchenboldus de coxnite. Inde habet 
Erchenboldus i ferlinum et i carrucam in dominie et uillani 
ii ferlinos et i carrucam. Ibi habet Erchenboldus iii uillanos 
et ij seruos et ii agros nemoris et viii agros prati et xxx agios 
pascuse. Haec ualet x solidos et quando comes recepit ualebat 
XX solidos et iste potuit ire ad quemlibet dominum. — Exotl D, 
(212) 192. 

The earl has a manor called Estocheleia, which Alsi held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for three ferlings. Three ploughs can plough this. Erchen- 
bold holds this of the earL Of them Erchenbold has one ferling 
and one plough in demesne, and the villeins two ferlings and one 
plough. There Erchenbold has three vUleins, and two serfs, and 
two acres of wood, and eight acres of meadow, and thirty acres of 
pasture. This is worth ten shillings, and it was worth when the 
earl received twenty shillings, and he was at liberty to go to whom* 
soever lord he pleased. 

Comes habet i mansionem quse uocatur Madfort quam 
tenuit Aluuidus tabe [sic, qy. faherl ea die qua rex Eduuardus 
fuit uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc 
possunt arare ii carrucdB. Hanc tenet Alueredus pincema de 
comite. Inde habet Alueredus in dominio i fenlinum et i 
carrucam et villani i ferdinum et dimidiam carrucam. Ibi 
habet Alueredus i uillanum et iiii seruos et iiii agios prati et 
ualet per annum x solidos et quando comes recepit ualebat 
tantundem.— J?a»n. D. (2126) 192. 

The earl has a manor called Madfort, which Aluuid the smith [1] 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for one virgate. Two ploughs can plough this. 
Aluered the cup-bearer holds this of the earl. Of this Alaered 
has in demesne one ferling and one plough, land the villeins one 
ferling and half a plough. There Aluered has one villein, and 
four serfs, and four acres of meadow ; and it is worth ten shillings 
a year, and it was worth as much when the earl received it 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Totescoma quam 
tenuit Edricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hidcu Hanc possunt 
arare vi carrucse. Hanc tenet Willelmus de lestra de comite. 
Inde habet Willelmus i uirgam et i carrucam in dominio et 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUER. 351 

viii acrae prati et xxx acrae pasturae. Olim xx solidos. 
Modo ualet x solidos. — Exch. D. 105 (2); lib. 



Erchenbald holds of the earl Stochelie. Alsi held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for three ferlings. There is 
land for three ploughs. There are two ploughs, and two serfs, 
and three villeins, and eight acres of meadow, and thirty acres of 
pasture. Formerly it was worth twenty shillings. Now it is 
worth ten shillings. 



^aOforD. 

Aluredus tenet de comite Madford. Aluui tenebat tem- 
pore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. 
Terra est ii carucis. Ibi est i caruca et dimidia cum i 
uillano et iiii seruis et iiii acrae prati. Olim et modo ualet 
X solidos. — Exch, D, 105 (2); 11^. 



Alured holds of the earl Madford. Aluui held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. There is 
land for two ploughs. There is one plough and a half, with one 
villein, and four serfs, and four acres of meadow. Formerly it 
was, and it now is, worth ten shillings. 



Willelmus tenet de comite Totescome. Edric tenebat 

tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia hida. 

Terra est vi carucis. In dominio est i caruca et ii serui et 

V uillani et iii bordarii cum ii carucis. Ibi vii acrae prati 

et viii acrae siluae. Pastura dimidia leuca longitudine et ii 

2 A 2 



352 THS DEVONSHIBE DOMESDAY — EXETEK. 

villani i uirgam et ii carrucas. Ibi habet WUlelmus v uillanos 
et iii bordarios et ii seruos et x animalia et xx pDrcos et c 
oues et XXV capras et viii agros nemoris et vii agros prati et 
dimidiam leugam pascuse in longitudine et ii quadragenaiias 
in latitudine. Hsec ualet xx Bolidos et quando comes recepit 
ualebat xl soMoB.—JExon. B. (212&) 192. 

The earl has a manor called Totescoma, which Edric held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide. Six ploughs can* plough this. William de 
Lestra holds this of the earl Of it William has one virgate and 
one plough in demesne, and the villeins one viigate and two 
ploughs. There William has five villeins, and three bordars, and 
two serfs, and ten head of cattle, and twenty swine, and one 
hundred sheep, and twenty-five goats, and eight acres of wood, and 
seven acres of meadow, and pasture half a mile in length and two 
furlongs in breadth. This is worth twenty shillings, and it was 
worth when the earl received it forty shillings; 



9onitt%tnniL. 

Comes habet i mansionem qusB uocatur Donicestona qaam 
tenuit Doninus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fait uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro iii uirgis et dimidia et dimidio 
ferlino. Has possunt arare v camicse. Has tenet Maugems 
de cartreo de comite. Inde habet Maugems in dominio 
mediatem et i carrucam et uillani aliam mediatem et iiii 
carrucas. Ibi habet Maugerus xii uillanos et vi bordarios et 
xxxvi oues et i molendinum qui ualet per annum vii solidos 
et vi denarios et xii agros nemoris et xiii agros prati et xx 
agros pascuae et ualet per annum xl solidos et quando comes 
earn recepit ualebat tantundem. — Exon, D. (213) 193. 

The earl has a manor called Donicestona, which Donin held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for three virgates and a half and half a ferling. Five ploughs 
can plough these. Maugur de Cartreo holds these of the earL Of 
these Mauger has in demesne a moiety and one plough, and the 
viUeins another moiety and four ploughs. There Mauger has 
twelve villeins, and six bordars, and thirty-six sheep, and a mill 
which is worth seven shillings and sixpence a year, and twelve 
acres of wood, and thirteen acres of meadow, and twenty acres of 
pasture ; and it is worth forty shillings a year, and it was worth as 
much when the earl received it. 



J 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 353 

quarentenae latitudine. Olim xl solidos. Mode ualet xx 
solidos. — Exch, D, 105 (2); lib. 



William holds of the earl Totescome. Edric held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There is land 
for six ploughs. In demesne is one plough, and two serfs, and 
five villeins, and three bordars, with two ploughs. There are 
seven acres of meadow and eight acres of wood. Pasture half a 
leuga in length and t^yo furlongs in breadth. Formerly it was 
worth forty shillings. Now it is worth twenty shillings. 



Malger tenet de comite Donicestone. Donninc tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro iii virgatis terrae et 
dimidia ferling. Terra est v carucis. In dominio est i 
caruca et xii uillani et vi bordarii cum iiii carucis. Ibi 
molinus reddit vii solidos et vi denarios. Ibi xiii acrae 
prati et xx acrae pasturae et xii acrae siluse. Olim et modo 
ualet xl solidos. — Exck, D, 105 (2); iid. 



Malger holds of the earl Donicestone. Donninc held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for three virgates of land 
and half a ferling. There is land for five ploughs. In demesne 
is one plough, and twelve villeins, and six bordars with four 
ploughs. There a mill returns seven shillings and sixpence. 
There are thirteen acres of meadow, and twenty acres of pasture, 
and twelve acres of wood. Formerly it was, and it now is, worth 
forty shillings. 



354 THB DEVONSHIRB DOMESDAY — EXETEB. 

aUuuftiesitotuu 

Huic predictse mansioni est addita qusedam mansio quae 
uocatur Aluuinestona quse non pertinebEtt illi mansioni tem- 
pore regis Eduuardi quam tennit Aluuinus ea die qua rex 
Eduuaidus fuit uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro iii 
uirgis. Has possunt arare v carrucae. Has tenet Maugerus de 
comite. Inde habet Maugerus in dominio i uirgam et iii 
ferdinos et i carrucam et uillani i uirgam et i ferdinum. Ibi 
habet Maugerus iiii uillanos et ii bordarios et ii seruos et xx 
ones et x capras et i molendinum qui ualet per annum viii 
denarios et vii agros nemoris et -vi agros prati et xxx agros 
pascuse et ualet per annum xv solidos et quando comes earn 
accepit ualebat xl solidos. — Exon. D, (2I3&) 193. 

To the aforesaid manor is added a certain manor which is called 
Aluuinestona, which did not belong to that manor in the time of 
king Edward, which Aluuin held on the day on which king 
Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered geld for three viigates. 
Five ploughs can plough these. Mauger holds these of the earL 
Of these Mauger has in demesne one virgate and three ferlings and 
one plough, and the villeins one virgate and one ferling. There 
Mauger has four villeins, and two bordars, and two serfs, and 
twenty sheep, and ten goats, and one mill which is worth eight- 
pence a year, and seven acres of wood and six acres of meadow, 
and thirty acres of pasture ; and is worth fifteen shillings a year, 
and it was worth forty shillings when the earl received it 

eifet 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Clist quam tennit 
Aluuardus ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus et mortuus et 
reddidit gildum pro iii hidis. Has possunt arare vii carrucam. 
Et Aluuardus tenet eam de comite. Inde habet Aluuardus 
in dominio ii hidas et dimidiam et dimidiam uiiigam et ii 
carrucas et uillani i hidam et dimidiam hidam et dimidiam 
uirgam et iii carrucas. Ibi habet Aluuardus xvii uillanos et 
ix bordarios et iiii seruos et vii animalia et xx porcos et xix 
ones et xxxviii capras et cl agros nemoris et 1 agros prati et 
ex XX agros pascuae. Et ualet per annum iii libras et quando 
recepit xxx solidos. — Eocon, D, (2166) 193. 

The earl has a manor called Clist, which Aluuard held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for three hides. Seven ploughs can plough these. AndAlauaid 
holds it of the earl Of these Aluuard has in demesne two hides 



THE DEVONSBIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 355 

9Utai(tic0tone« 

Huic manerio addita est Alwinestone. Aluuinus tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro iii virgatis terrae. 
Terra est v carucis. In dominio est i caruca et ii serui et 
iiii uillani et ii bordarii. Ibi molinus reddit viii denarios. 
Ibi vi acrae prati et xxx acrae pasturae et vii acrae siluae. 
Olim xl solidos. Modo ualet xv solidos. — Exch, D. 105 
(2); lib. 



To this manor is added Alwinestone. Alwin held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for three virgates of land. 
There is land for five ploughs. In demesne is one plough, and 
two serfs, and four villeins, and two bordars. There a mill 
returns eightpence. There are six acres of meadow, and thirty 
acres of pasture, and seven acres of wood. Formerly it was 
worth forty shillings. Now it is worth fifteen shillings. 



Aluuardus tenet de comite Clist. Ipse tenebat tempore 
regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro iiii hidis. Terra est vii 
carucas. In dominio sunt ii carucae et iiii serui et xvii 
uillani et ix bordarii cum iii carucis. Ibi 1 acrae prati et 
cxxx acrae pasturas et cl acrae siluae. Olim xxx solidos. 
Modo ualet Ix solidos. — Exch, D. 105 (2); 11^. 



Alward holds of the earl Clist He himself held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for four hides. There is land for 
seven ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and four serfs, and 
seventeen villeins, and nine bordars with three ploughs. There 



356 THE DEVONSHIBE DOMESDAY — ^EXETEB. 

and a half and half a yiigate and two ploughs, and the villeins 
one hide and half a hide and half a viigate and three ploughs. 
There Aluuaid has seventeen villeins, and nine hoidaiSy and four 
serfs, and seven head of cattle, and twenty swine, and nineteen 
sheep, and thirty-eight goats, and one hundred and fifty acres of 
wood, and fifty acres of meadow, and one hundred and thirty acres 
of pasture. And it is worth three pounds a year, and it was 
worth when he received it thirty shillings. 

STorndietfa. 

Comes de Moritonio habet i mansionem quae uocatur 
Tomeberia quam tenuit Alcerlo ea die qua rex Eduuardus 
fuit uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc 
peasant arare iii carrucse. Hanc tenet Aluoredos de comite. 
Ibi habet Aluuredus iii uillanos et habent i carrucam et i 
seruum et ii agros prati et xl agros pascuse et ualet per 
annum x solidos et quando comes recepit ualebat vii solidos. 
—Exon. D. (214) 193. 

The earl of Mortain has a manor called Tomeberia, which 
Alcerlo held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, 
and it rendered geld for one virgat-e. Three ploughs can plough 
this. Aluured holds this of the earl. There Aluured has three 
villeins, and they have one plough, and one serf, and two acres of 
meadow, and forty acres of pasture ; and is worth ten shillings a 
year, and it was worth when the earl received it seven shillings. 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Chederlia quam 
tenuit Hadimarus ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuns et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro iii uirgis. Has possunt arare 
iiii carrucae. Et Alueredus tenet eam de comite. Inde habet 
Alueredus in dominio i uirgam et dimidiam et i carrucam et 
uillani i uii^m et dimidiam et iii carrucas. Ibi habet 
Alueredus iiii uillanos et ii bordarios et i seruum et ii 
animalia et ix agros ^prati et xvi agros pascuae et ualet per 
annum xl solidos et quando recepit ualebat xxx solidos. — 
Exon. D. (214) 193. 

The earl has a manor called Chederlia, which Hadimar held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for three virgates. Four ploughs can plough thes& And 
Aluered holds it of the earl. Of them Aluered has in demesne 
one virgate and a half and one plough, and the villeins one virgate 
and a half and three ploughs. There Aluered has four villeins, 



THS DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXCHEQUER. 357 

are fifty acres of meadow, and one hundred and thirty acres of 
pasture, and one hundred and fifty acres of wood. Formerly it 
was worth thirty shillings. Now it is worth sixty shillings. 



Aluredus tenet de comite Torneberie. Alcherlo tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terriE. 
Terra est iii carucis. Ibi iii uillani cum i seruo habent i 
carucam. Ibi ii acrae prati et xl acrae pasture. Valuit vii 
solidos. Modo x solidos. — ExcA. D, 105 (3); \2a. 



Alured holds of the earl Torneberie. Alcherl held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. 
There is land for three ploughs. There three villeins, with one 
serf, have one plough. There are two acres of meadow and forty 
acres of pasture. It was formerly worth seven shillings. Now it 
is worth ten shillings. 



Cfiflietlfe. 

Idem Aluredus tenet de comite Chiderlie. Hademarus 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro iii virgatis 
terrae. Terra est iiii carucis quae ibi sunt cum i seruo et iiii 
uillani et ii bordarii et ix acrae prati et xvi acrae pastura^. 
Olim xxx solidos. Modo ualet xl solidos. — Exch, D. 105 

(3); 12^3^. 



The same Alured holds of the earl Chiderlie. Hademar held 
it in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for three virgates 
of land. There is land for four ploughs, which are there, with 
one serf, and four villeins, and two bordars, and nine acres of 
meadow, and sixteen acres of pasture. Formerly it was worth 
thirty shillings. Now it is worth forty shillings. 



358 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXETER. 

and two bordars, and one serf, and two head of cattle, and nine 
acres of meadow, and sixteen acres of pasture; and it is worth 
forty shillings a year, and it was worth when he received it thirty 
shillings. 

Comes habet mansionem quse uocator Bichelia quam 
tenuit Aluuardus ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt arare 
viii carrucse. Et Aluuardus tenet earn de comite. Inde 
habet Aluuardus in dominio i uirgam et ii carrucas et uillani 
iii uirgas et vi carrucas. Ibi habet Aluuardus xi uillanos et 
xiii bordarios et vi seruos et iii animalia et Ix ones et viii 
porcos et lix agros nemoris et xiii agros prati et xx agros 
pascuaB et i molendinum reddit v solidos per annum et ualet 
iii libras et quando recepit ualebat xl solidos. — Exon, D, 
(214) 194. 

The earl has a manor called Bichelia, which Alunard held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one hide. Eight ploughs can plough this. And Aluuard 
holds it of the earl. Of this Aluuard has in demesne one viigate 
and two ploughs, and the villeins three virgates and six ploughs. 
There Aluuard has eleven villeins, and thirteen bordars, and six 
serfs, and three head of cattle, and sixty sheep, and eight swine, 
and fifty-nine acres of wood, and thirteen acres of meadow, and 
twenty acres of pasture, and one mill \wliicli\ renders five shillings; 
and it is worth three pounds, and it was worth when he received 
it forty shillings. 

Coclgalettcoma. 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Cochalescoma 
quam tenuit Ineguarus ea die qua Eduuardus rex uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt arare 
iiii carrucas. Et Drogo tenet eam de comite. Inde habet 
Drogo in dominio dimidiam hidam et uillani dimidiam hidam 
et i carrucam et dimidiam. Ibi habet Drogo iiii uillanos 
et iiii bordarios et i seruum et ii agros nemusculi et ii agros 
prati et ualet per annum xx solidos et quando recepit ualebat 
xl solidos.— ^a;(w. jD. (214&) 194. 

The earl has a manor called Cochalescoma, which Ineguar held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for one hide. Four ploughs can plough this. And 
Drogo holds it of the earl. Of this Drogo has in demesne half a 
hide, and the villeins half a hide and one plough and a hall 
There Drogo has four villeins, and four bordars, and one ser^ and 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 359 



Aluuardus tenet de comite Bichelie. Ipse tenebat tem- 
pore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro i hida. Terra est viii 
carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et vi serui et xi uillani 
et xiii bordarii cum vi carucis. Ibi molinus reddit v 
solidos et xiii acrae prati et xx acrae pasturae et lix acrae 
siluae. Olim xl solidos. Modo ualet Ix solidos. — Exch. D. 
IDS (3); 12^3^. 



Alward holds of the earl Bichelie. He himself held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There is 
land for eight ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and six 
serfs, and eleven villeins, and thirteen bordars, with six ploughs. 
There a mill returns five shillings, and thirteen acres of meadow, 
and twenty acres of pasture, and fifty-nine acres of wood. 
Formerly it was worth forty shillings. Now it is worth sixty 
shillings. 



Drogo tenet de comite Cochalescome. Ineuuarus tene- 
bat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro 1 hida. Terra 
est iiii carucis et ii serui et iiii uillani et iiii bordarii cum i 
caruca et dimidia. Ibi ii acrae prati et ii acrae siluae. Olim 
xl solidos. Modo ualet xx solidos. — Exck, D, 105 (3): 12a. 



Drogo holds of the earl Cochalescome. Inewar held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There is 
land for four ploughs, and two serfs, and four villeins, and four 
bordars, with one plough and a half. There are two acres of 
meadow and two acres of wood. Formerly it was worth forty 
shillings. Now it is worth twenty shillings. 



360 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

two acres of underwood, and two acres of meadow ; and is worth 
twenty shillings a year, and it was worth when he received it forty 
shillings. 

Comes habet i mansionem qusB uocatur Cherletona qaam 
tenuit Semarrus ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt araie 
ii carrucee. £t Bretellus tenet earn de comite. Inde habet 
Bretellus in dominio iii uirgas et i ferdinum et dimidiam 
carrucam. Et uillani iii ferdinos et dimidiam carrucam. Ibi 
habet Bretellus iii uillanos et i bordarium et xviii oues et viii 
agros nemoris et iiii prati et xv agros pascute et ualet per 
annum xv solidos et quaudo recepit xv solidos. — Exan, D. 
(2146) 1^4 

The earl has a manor called Cherletona, which Semar held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one hide. Two ploughs can plough this. And Bretell 
holds it of the earL Of this Bretell has in demesne three virgates 
and one ferling and half a plough, and the villeins three ferlings 
and half a plough. There Bretell has three villeins, and one 
bordar, and eighteen sheep, and eight acres of wood, and four 
of meadow, and fifteen acres of pasture ; and it is worth fifteen 
shillings a year, and when he received it fifteen shillings. 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Motbilia quam 
tenuit Ordritius ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro iiii hidis. Has possunt arare 
xxiii carrucse. Modo tenet Raginaldus de comite. Inde 
habet Baginaldus i hidam in dominio et iii carrucas et uillani 
habent iii hidas et xi carrucas. Ibi habet Baginaldus xxii 
uillanos et xvi bordarios et vii seruos et i roncinum et iiii 
animalia et vii oues et i porcarium et v quadragenarias 
nemoris in longitudine [et] i in latitudine et i prati et ualet 
per annum vi libras et quando comes recepit ualebat xii 
libras.— ^a»7i. jD. (2176) 197. 

The earl has a manor called Motbilia, which Ordrit held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for four hides. Twenty-three ploughs can plough thesa Now 
Reginald holds these of the earL Of these Reginald has one hide 
in demesne and three ploughs, and the villeins have three hides 
and eleven ploughs. There Reginald has twenty-two villeins, and 



THE DEVONSflIKE DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUER. 361 



Bretel tenet de comite Cherletone. Semar tenebat tem- 
pore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro i hida. Terra est ii 
carucis. I hi est i caruca et iii uillani et i bordarius et iiii 
acrse prati et xv acrae pasture et viii acrae siluae. Olim et 
modo ualet xv solidos. — ExcA. D. 105 (3); \2a. 



Bretel holds of the earl Cherletone. Semar held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There is land for 
two ploughs. There is one plough, and three villeins, and one 
bordar, and four acres of meadow, and fifteen acres of pasture, 
and eight acres of wood Formerly it was, and now it is, worth 
fifteen shillings. 



Rainaldus tenet de comite Motbilie. Ordric tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una hida. Terra 
est xxiii carucis. In dominio sunt iii carucae et vii serui et 
xxii uillani et xvi bordarii cum xi carucis. Ibi unus por- 
carius et i acra prati. Silua v quarentenae longitudine et 
una quarentena latitudine. Olim xii libras. Modo ualet 
vi libras. — Exch. D. 105 (3); 12a. 



Kainald holds of the earl Motbilie. Ordric held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There is land for 
twenty-three ploughs. In demesne are three ploughs, and seven 
serfs, and twenty-two villeins, and sixteen bordars, with eleven 
ploughs. There is one swineherd and one acre of meadow. 
Wood five furlongs in length and one furlong in breadth. 



362 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXBTEB. 

sixteen bordars, and seven serfs, and one pack-horse, and four head 
of cattle, and seven sheep, and one swineherd, and five furlongs 
of wood in length and [one] in breadtli, and one of meadow ; and 
it is worth six pounds a year, and when the earl received it was 
worth twelve pounds. 

•tcartotiau 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Orcartona quam 
tenuit Normannus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus. Et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possont 
arare iiii carrucse. Baginaldus tenet hanc de comita Inde 
habet Baginaldus dimidiam hidam in dominio et i carrucam 
et uillani dimidiam hidam et i carrucam. Ibi habet Eagi- 
naldus iii uillanos et v bordarios et iii animalia et xxii ones 
et iiii capraa et vi agros nemoris et i agrum prati et i salinam 
quae ualet per annum v solidos et ualet per annum hsec 
mansio xx solidos et quando comes recepit ualebat xl solidos. 
—Exan. D. (217J) 197. 

The earl has a manor called Orcartona, which Norman held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one hide. Four ploughs can plough this. Eeginald holds 
this of the earL Of this Reginald has half a hide in demesne 
and one plough, and the villeins half a hide and one plough. 
There Eeginald has three villeins, and five bordars, and three head 
of cattle, and twenty-two sheep, and four goats, and six acres of 
wood, and one acre of meadow, and one saltwork which is worth 
five shillings a year ; and this manor is worth twenty shillings a 
year, and when the earl received it was worth forty shillings. 

Sole^coma. 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Holescoma quam 
tenuit Leuegarus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fiiit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt 
arare iiii carrucae. Modo tenet eam Sadulfus de Pomaria de 
comite. Inde habet Badulfus i uirgam et ii carrucas in 
dominio et uillani i uirgam et ii carrucas. Ibi habet 
Badulfus V uillanos et iii bordarios et i seruum et iiii 
animalia et ii porcos et xx ones et iiii agros nemoris et x 
agros prati et iiii salinas quse reddunt per annum xl denarios 
et ii saginas salis et ualet per annum xl solidos et quando 
comes recepit ualebat xxx. — Exon, D, (218) 197. 

The earl has a manor called Holescoma^ which Leuegar held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide. Four ploughs can plough this. Now Kalph 



THE DEYONSHIBE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 363 

Formerly it was worth twelve pounds. Now it is worth six 
pounds. 



Idem Rainaldus tenet de comite Orcartone. Norman 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una hida. 
Terra est iiii carucis. Ibi sunt ii carucae et iii uillani et v 
bordarii et una acra prati et vi acrae siluae et una salina 
reddit v solidos. Olim xl solidos. Modo ualet xx soHdos. 
— Exch, Z>. 105 (3) \ 12a. 



The same Rainald holds of the earl Orcartone. Norman held 
it in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. 
There is land for four ploughs. There are two ploughs, and three 
villeins, and five bordars, and one acre of meadow, and six acres 
of wood, and a saltwork returns five shillings. Formerly it was 
worth forty shillings. Now it is worth twenty shillings. 



Radulfus tenet de comite Holescome. Leuegar tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia hida. 
Terra est iiii carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae cum i 
seruo et v uillani et iii bordarii cum ii carucis. Ibi x acrae 
prati et iiii acrae siluae. Ibi iiii salinae reddunt xl denarios 
et ii summas salis. Olim xxx solidos. Modo ualet xl 
solidos, — Exch. D. 105 (3); \2a. 



Ralph holds of the earl Holescome. Leuegar held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There is 
land for four ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, with one 



364 THE DEVONSHIRB DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

de Pomeroy holds it of the earL Of this Ealph has one virgate 
and two ploughs in demesne, and the villeins one virgate and two 
ploughs. There Ralph has five villeins, and thiee boidars, and 
one serf, and four head of cattle, and two swine, and twenty sheep, 
and four acres of wood, and ten acres of meadow, and four saltr 
works which render forty pence a year and two seams of salt ; and 
it is worth forty shillings a year, and when the earl received it was 
worth thirty. 

jFetOenQena. 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Ferdendella quam 
tenuit Domnus ea die qua rex Edauardos fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt aiare 
iiii carrucse. Modo tenet hanc Baginaldus de comite. Inde 
habet Eaginaldus uirgam et dimidiam in dominio et i carru- 
cam et uillani dimidiam hidam et dimidiam uirgam et 
carrucam et dimidiam. Ibi habet Eaginaldus v uillanos et 
iiii bordarios et iiii seruos et i roncinum et xi animalia et x 
et viii porcos et Ixxv ones et xxx capras et iiii quadragenarias 
nemoris in longitudine et i in latitudine et x agros prati et 
ccc agros pascuae et ualet per annum xxx solidos et quando 
comes accepit ualebat xl solidos. 

De hac mansione calumpniatur hundremani et praepositus 
regis xxx denarios et consuetudinem placitorum ad opus finne 
Ermentone mansione regis. — Exon. JD, (218) 198. 

The earl has a manor called Ferdendella, which Domnus held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendeied 
geld for one hide. Four ploughs can plough this. Now R^;inald 
holds this of the earL Of this Reginald has a virgate and a half 
in demesne and one plough, and the villeins half a hide and half a 
virgate aud a plough and a half. There Reginald has five vOleins, 
and four bordars, and four serfs, and one pack-horse, and eleven. 
head of cattle, and eighteen swine, and seventy-five sheep, and 
thirty goats, and four furlongs of wood in length and one in 
breadth, and ten acres of meadow, and one hundred acres of 
pasture ; and it ia worth thirty shillings a year, and when the earl 
received it was worth forty shillings. 

The hundred men and the king's bailiff are asserting claim to 
thirty pence and the customary court dues from this manor for the 
ferm of the king's manor of Ermentone. 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Fen quam tenuit 
Normannus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus 
et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare iii car* 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUEB. 365 

serf, and five villeins, and three bordars, with two ploughs. 
There are ten acres of meadow and four acres of wood. There 
three saltworks return forty pence and two horseloads of salt 
Formerly it was worth thirty shillings. Now it is worth forty 
shillings. 



JTerQenttene. 

Rainaldus tenet de comite Ferdendelle. Donno tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro i hida. Terra est 
iiii carucis. In dominio est i caruca et iiii serui et v uillani 
et iiii bordarii cum i caruca et dimidia. Ibi x acrae prati et 
ccc acrae p^sturae. Silua iiii quarentenae longitudine et una 
quarentena latitudine. Olim xl solidos. Modo ualet xxx 
solidos. 

De hoc manerio debentur xxx denarii per consuetudinem 
in Ermentone manerio regis et consuetudines placitorum ut 
dicunt praepositi et homines regis. — Exch, D. 105 (3); \2a. 



Rainald holds of the earl Ferdendelle. Donno held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There is 
land for four ploughs. In demesne is one plough, and four serfs, 
and five villeins, and four bordars, with one plough and a half. 
There are ten acres of meadow and three hundred acres of 
pasture. Wood four furlongs long and one furlong broad. 
Formerly it was worth forty shillings. Now it is worth thirty 
shillings. 

From this manor thirty pence are due \and with-heW] as of 
custom to the king's manor of Ermington, and the customary 
services of the court, as the baDiffs and homagers of the king say. 



Rainaldus tenet de comite Fen. Norman tenebat tem- 
pore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una vii^ata terrae. 
Terra est iii carucis. Ibi sunt iiii uillani et ii bordarii et 

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366 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXETEB. 

rucse. Saginaldus tenet banc de comite. Inde habet 
Baginaldus dimidiam uirgam et uillani habent [sic], Ibi habet 
Baginaldus iiii uillanos et ii bordarios et vii agros pascusB et 
ualet per annum x solidos et quando comes recepit xx solidos. 
—Exon. D. (2186) 198. 

The earl has a manor called Fen, which Norman held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate. Three ploughs can plough this. Reginald 
holds this of the earl. Of this Reginald has half a yiigate, and 
the villeins have [ ]. There Reginald has four villeins, 

and two bordars, and seven acres of pasture ; and it is worth ten 
shillings a year, and it was worth when the earl received it twenty 
shillings. 

BraQfforQau . 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Bradeforda quam 
tenuit Edritius ea die qua rex Eduuar^lus fuit uiuus et moi^ 
tuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare ii 
carrucaB. Baginaldus tenet hanc de comite et ualet per 
annum v solidos et quando comes recepit x solidos. — Uxon. D, 
(219) 198. 

The earl has a manor called Bradeforda, which Edrit held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate. Two ploughs can plough this. Reginald 
holds this of the earl \ and it is worth five shillings a year, and it 
was worth when the earl received it ten shillings. 

i 

IBttifntona. 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Dinintona quam 
tenuit Donna ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit iiiuus et mortaus 
et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt arare iiii carucse. 
Modo tenet earn Baginaldus de comite. Inde Baginaldus 
habet dimidiam hidam in dominio et i carrucam et uillani 
habent dimidiam hidam et i carrucam. Ibi habet Baginaldus 
iiii uillanos et iii \sic\ bordarios et iiii seruos et iiii animalia et iii 
porcos et Ix ones et xx capras et iiii quadragenarias nemoris 
in longitudine et ii quadragenarias in latitudine et i agruin 
prati et dimidiam leugam pascuse et ualet per annum xx 
solidos & quando comes recepit ualebat xxx solidos. — Eocon. D, 
(219) 199. 

The earl has a manor called Dinintona, which Donna held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 367 

vii acrae pasturae. ' Olim xx solidos. Modo ualet x solidos. 
—Exck. D. 105 (3) ; 12a:. 



Raiuald holds of the earl Fen. Norman held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. There 
is land for three ploughs. There are four villeins, and two 
bordars, and seven acres of pasture. Formerly it was worth 
twenty shillings. Now it is worth ten shillings. 



iSratiefortt. 

Idem Rainaldus tenet de comite Bradeford. Edric tene- 
bat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata 
terrx. Terra est ii carucis. Olim x solidos. Modo ualet 
V solidos. — Exch, D. 105 (3); 12a. 



The same Rainald holds of the earl Bradeford. Edric held it 
in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate 
of land. These is land for titp ploughs. Formerly it was worth 
ten shillings. Now it is worth five shillings. 



IBitnititotie. 

Idem Rainaldus tenet Dunintone. Donno tenebat tem- 
pore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro i hida. Terra est iiii 
carucis. In dominio est i caruca et iiii semi et iiii uillani et 
iiii bordarii cum i caruca. Ibi i acra prati et dimidia leuca 
pasturse. Silua iiii quarentense longitudine et ii quaren- 
tenae latitudine. Olim xxx solidos. Modo ualet xx solidos. 
— Exch, D. 105 (3) ; 12a, 



The same Rainald holds Dunintone. Donno held this in the 

time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There is 

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368 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

geld for one hide. Four ploughs can plough this. Now Eeginald 
holds it of the earL Of it Eeginald has half a hide in demesne 
and one plough, and the villeins have half a hide and one plough. 
There E^;inald has four villeins, and three bordars, and four serfs, 
and four head of cattle, and three swine, and sixty sheep, and 
twenty goats, and wood four furlongs in length and two furlongs 
in breadth, and one acre of meadow, and half a leuga of pasture ; 
and it is worth twenty shillings a year, and it was worth when the 
earl received it thirty shillings. 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Pech quam tenuit 
Alcherlus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fait uiuus et mortuus et 
reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare ii carrucae. 
Hanc tenet Baignaldus [sic] de comite. Inde habet Eaignaldus 
in dominio ii ferdinos et i carrucam et uillani ii ferdinos. Ibi 
habet Baginaldus iii uillanos et ii bordarios et i senium et i 
animal et 1 ones et xx capras et ii agros nemusculi et i 
leugam pascua) et ualet per annum x solidos et quando comes 
recepit ualebat xv solidos. — Hxch. D, (219) 199. 

The earl has a manor called Pech, which Alcherlus held on the 
day on which king Edweird was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld* for one virgate. Two ploughs can plough this. Eeginald 
holds this of the earl. Of this Eeginald has in demesne two 
ferlings and one plough, and the villeins two ferlinga There 
Eeginald has three villeins, and two bordars, and one serf, and one 
head of cattle, and fifty sheep, and twenty goats, and two acres of 
coppice, and one leuga of pasture; and it is worth ten shillings 
a year, and it was worth when the earl received fifteen shillings. 

EoQebror* 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Lodebroc qaam 
tenuit Aluuinus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro iii uirgis. Has possunt arare 
iii carrucsd. Has tenet Eainaldus de comite. Inde habet 
Eainaldus in dominio i uirgam et dimidiam et i carrucam et 
uillani i uirgam et dimidiam et i carrucam et dimidiam. Ibi 
habet Eainaldus iii uillanos et v bordarios et vi seruos et i 
quadragenariam nemoris et i agrum prati et ualet per annum 
XX solidos et quando comes recepit ualebat xxx solidos. — 
—Exon. D. (219) 199. 

The darl has a manor called Lodebroc, which Aluuin held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 



THB DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 369 

land for four ploughs. In demesne is one plough^ and four 
serfs, and four villeins, and four bordars, with one plough. There 
is one acre of meadow and half a leuga of pasture. Wood four 
furlongs long and two furlongs broad. Formerly it was worth 
thirty shillings. Now it is worth twenty shillings. 



Idem Rainaldus tenet Pech. Alcherl tenebat tempore 
regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. Terra 
est ii carucis. Ibi est i caruca cum i seruo et iii uillani et ii 
bordarii et ii acrae siluae minutse et una leuca pasturse. 
Olim XV soHdos. Modo ualet x soHdos. — Exch, D. 105 
(3); 12a. 



The same Rainald holds Pech. Alcherl held this in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. There 
is land for two ploughs. There is one plough with one serf, and 
three villeins, and two bordars, and two acres of coppice, and 
one leuga of pasture. Formerly it was worth fifteen shiUings. 
Now it is worth ten shillings. 



Idem Rainaldus tenet de comite Lodebroc. Aluuinus 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro tribus 
virgatis terrae. Terra est iii carucis. In dominio est i 
caruca et vi serui et iii uillani et v bordarii cum 1 caruca et 
dimidia. Ibi i acra prati et una quarentena siluae. Olim 
XXX solidos. Modo ualet xx solidos. — Exch, D. 105 
(3); 12a. 



The same Rainald holds of the earl Lodebroc. Alwin held 
this in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for three 



370 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXETEB. 

geld for three yirgates. Three plonghs can plough theseu Kaioald 
holds these of the earL Of these Kainald has in demesne one yiigate 
aad a half and one plough, and the villeins one viigate and a half 
and one plough and a half/ There Bainald has three villeins, and 
five hordars, and six serfs, and one furlong of wood, and one acre 
of meadow ; and it is worth twenty shillings a year, and it was 
worth when the earl received it thirty shillings. 

Comes habet i mansioDem quae uocatur Boteberia quam 
tenuit Wado ea die qua rex Eduuardus fait uiuus et mortuus 
et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt arare iiii 
camicae. Hanc tenet Bicardus de comite. Inde habet 
Bicardus i uirgam et i carrucam in dominio et uillani i 
iiiigam et dimidiam carrucam. Ibi habet Bicardus iii 
uillanos et i bordarium et i senium. Haec ualet vii solidos 
et vi denarios et quando comes recepit xxvii solidos. — Exotl D. 
(2196) 199. 

The earl has a manor called Boteberia, which Wado held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide. Four ploughs can plough this. Bichard holds 
this of the earl. Of this Bichard has one viigate and one plough in 
demesne, and the villeins one virgate and half a plough. There 
Bichard has three villeins, and one bordar, and one serf. This is 
worth seven shillings and sixpence, and it was worth when the earl 
received it twenty-seven shilling& 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Badestana quam 
tenuit Yluricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fait uiuus et mor- 
tuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida et dimidia. Hanc possunt 
arrare \9ic\ iiii camicse. Hanc tenet Hugo de comite. Inde 
habet Hugo dimidiam hidam et i carrucam in dominio et 
uillani i hidam et i carrucam. Ibi habet Hugo iii uillanos et iii 
bordarios et i seruum et vi porcos et xxx ones et vi capras et 
x agros nemoris et iii agros prati et 1 agros pascuse. Hsec 
ualet XV solidos et quando comes recepit xxxv solidos. — 
Exon. D. (220) 200. 

The earl has a manor called Badestana, which Vluric held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one hide and a half. Four ploughs can plough this. 
Hugo holds this of the earl. Of these Hugo has half a hide and 
one plough in demesne, and the villeins one hide and one plough. 



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THB DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 371 

yirgates of land. There is land for three ploughs. In demesne 
is one ploqgh, and six serfs, and three vUleins, and five bordars, 
with one plough and a half. There is one acre of meadow and 
one furlong of wood. Formerly it was worth thirty shillings. 
Now it is worth twenty shillings. 



ISoteberie* 

Ricardus tenet de comite Boteberie. Wado tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia hida. 
Terra est iiii carucis. In dominio est i caruca cum i seruo 
et iii uillani et i bordarius cum dimidia caruca. Olim xxvii 
solidos. Mode ualet vii solidos et vi denarios. — Exch. D. 
105 (3); 12a. 



Richard holds of the earl Boteberie. Wado held this in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There is 
land for four ploughs. In demesne is one plough with one serf, 
and three villeins, and one bordar, with half a plough. Formerly 
it was worth twenty-seven shillings. Now it is worth seven 
shillings and sixpence. 



Hugo tenet de comite Badestane. Vluric tenebat tempore 
regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una hida et dimidia. Terra 
est iiii carucis. In dominio est i caruca cum i seruo et iii 
uillani et iii bordarii cum i caruca. Ibi iii acrae prati et 1 
acrae pasturae et x acrae siluae. Olim xxxv solidos. Modo 
ualet XV solidos. — Exch. D, 105 (3); I2«. 



Hugo holds of the earl Badestane. Uluric held this in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide and a half. There 
is land for four ploughs. In demesne is one plough with one 
serf, and three villeins, and three bordars, with one plough. There 
are three acres of meadow, and fifty acres of pasture, and ten 



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372 THE DEVONSHIBE DOMESDAY — EXETEB. 

There Hugo has three villeins, and three hordars, and oncT serf, and 
six swine, and thirty sheep, and six goats, and ten acres of wood, 
and three acres of meadow, and fifty acres of pasture. This is 
worth fifteen shillings, and it was worth when the earl received it 
thirty.five shiUings. 

Coma* 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Coma quam tenuit 
Aluricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus et 
reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt arare iiii 
carrucdB. Hanc tenet Eainaldus de Comite. Inde habet 
Bainaldus i uiigam et i carrucam in dominio et villani i 
uirgam et i carrucam. Ibi habet Eainaldus iii uillanos et iii 
bordarios et i seruum et iiii animalia et Ixxx ones et i agrum 
prati. HaBC ualet x solidos et quando comes recepit xx 
solidos.— JEww. D. (2206) 200. 

The earl has a manor called Coma, which Aluric held on the day 
on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered geld for 
half a hide. Four ploughs can plough this. Kainald holds this 
of the earl. Of this Eainald has one virgate and one plough in 
demesne, and the villeins one virgate and one plough. There 
Kainald has three villeins, and throe bordars, and one serf, and 
four animals, and eighty sheep, and one aero of meadow. This is 
worth ten shillings, and it was worth when the earl received it 
twenty shillings. 

SflfeMana. 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Silfestana quam 
tenuit Wado ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus 
et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt arare iii 
carrucae. Hanc tenet Ricardus de comite. Inde habet 
Bicardus i uirgam et i carrucam in dominio et villani i 
uirgam et i carrucam. Ibi habet Bicardus iiii uillanos et iii 
bordarios et ii seruos et i animal et xiiu ones et dimidium 
agrum pratL Hsec ualet x solidos et quando comes lecepit 
xx.solidos.— ^iwm. D. (2206) 200. 

The earl has a manor called Silfestana, which Wado held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rondered 
geld for half a hide. Three ploughs can plough tlus. Bicbaid 
holds this of the earl. Of this Eichard has one virgate and one 
plough in demesne, and the villeins one virgate and one plough. 
There Eichard has four villeins, and three bordars, and two serfs, 
and one head of cattle, and fourteen sheep, and half an acre of 
meadow. This is worth ten shillings, and it was worth when the 
earl received it twenty shillings. 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 373 

acres of wood Formerly it was worth thirty-five shillings. Now 
it is worth fifteen shillings. 



Rainaldus tenet de comite Cume. Aluric tenebat tem- 
pore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia hida. Terra 
est iiii carucis. In dominio est i caruca cum i seruo et iii 
uillani et iii bordarii cum i caruca et una acra prati. Olim 
XX solidos. Modo ualet x soHdos. — Exch. D, 105 (4); \2b. 



Rainald holds of the earl Cume. Aluric held this in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There is land 
for four ploughs. In demesne is one plough with one serf, and 
three villeins, and three bordars, with one plough, and one acre of 
meadow. Formerly it was worth twenty shillings. Now it is 
worth ten shillings. 



Ricardus tenet de comite Silvestene. Wado tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia hida. 
Terra est iii carucis. In dominio est i caruca et ii serui et 
iiii uillani et iii bordarii cum i caruca et dimidia acra prati. 
Olim XX solidos. Modo ualet x solidos. — Exch, D, 105 

(4); 12*- 



Richard holds of the earl Silvestene. Wado held this in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There is 
land for three ploughs. In demesne is one plough and two serfs, 
and four villeins, and three bordars, with one plough, and half an 
acre of meadow. Formerly it was worth twenty shillings. Now 
it is worth ten shillings. 



374 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT — EXETER. 

Comes habet i mansionem quaB uocatur Comba quam 
tenuit Ansgotus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fait oiuas et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare 
ii carrucse. Hanc tenet Doniius de comite. Inde babet 
Donnus dimidiam uirgam et i carmcam in dominio et villani 
i uirgam. Ibi habet Donnus i uillanum et ii bordarios et iiii 
animalia et xv ones et dimidium agrum nemoris et i agnim 
pratL Hsec ualet vii solidos et quando comes recepit tan- 
tundem.— JfeoTi. J9. (220&) 200. 

The earl has a manor called Comba, which Ansgot held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate. Two ploughs can plough this. Donn holds 
this of the earL ' Of this Donn has half a virgate and one plough 
in demesne, and the villeins one virgate. There Donn has one 
villein, and two bordars, and four head of cattle, and fifteen sheep, 
and half an acre of wood, and one acre of meadow. This is 
worth seven shillings, and it was worth as much when the earl 
received it 

Comes habet i mansionem quad uocatur Hanenchelola 
quam tenuit Wadel ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidiam hidam. Hanc 
possunt arare ii carrucaa. Hanc tenet Rainaldus de comite. 
Ibi babet Bainaldus i uirgam in dominio et uillani i xurgam. 
Ibi habet Eainaldus ii uillanos et ii seruos et iii agros 
nemoris et i agrum prati et iii quadragenarias in longitudine 
pascuae et i quadragenariam in latitudine et ualet per annum 
X solidos et quando recepit tantundem. — Ihcon. J). (222) 202. 

The earl has a manor called Hanenchelola, which Wadel held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide. Two ploughs can plough this. Eainald 
holds this of the earl. Of this Rainald has one viigate in demesne, 
and the villeins one virgate. There Kainald has two villeins, and 
two serfs, and three acres of wood, and one acre of meadow, and 
of pasture three furlongs in length and one furlong in breadth ; 
and it is worth ten shillings a year, and it was worth just as much 
when he received it 

Etomtona. 

Comes habet i mansionem quae uocatur Lisistona qaam 
Gowinus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus et 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT — EXCHEQUER. 375 

Combe. 

Donno tenet de comite Combe. Osgot tenebat tempore 
regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgate terrse. Terra 
est ii carucis. Ibi est i caruca cum i uillano et ii bordarii et 
i acra prati et dimidia acra siluae. Olim et modo ualet vii 
solidos. — Exch, D. 105 (4); i2b. 



Donno holds of the earl Combe. Osgot held this in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. There 
is land for two ploughs. There is one plough, with one villein, and 
two bordars, and one acre of meadow, and half an acre of wood. 
Formerly it was, and it now is, worth seven shillings. 



Saned^elole. 

Rainaldus tenet de comite Hanechelole. Wado tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia hida. 
Terra est ii carucis. Ibi sunt ii uillani et ii serui et una 
acra prati et iii acrae siluae. Pastura iii quarentenae longi- 
tudine et i quarentena latitudine. Olim et modo ualet x 
solidos. — Exch. D. 105 (4); \2b. 



Rainald holds of the earl HaiTechelole. Wado held this in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There is 
land for two ploughs. There are two villeins, and two serfs, and 
one acre of meadow, and three acres of wood. Pasture three 
furlongs long and one furlong broad. Formerly it was, and it 
now is, worth ten shillings. 



Et0fotone« 



Idem Rainaldus tenet de comite Lisistone. Goduinus 
libere tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro 



376 THE DBVOKSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt arare iii 
carrucse. Hanc tenet Bainaldus de comite. Inde habet 
Baiualdus i nirgam in dominio et villani i niigam et i cami- 
cam. Ibi habet Bainaldus iiii uillanos et iii bordarios et i 
seraum et vi animalia et xxviii ones et xxx capras et vi agros 
nemusculi et i agrum prati et i uirgam pascuai et ualet per 
annum x solidos et quando comes recepit ualebat xx solidoa 

Hanc Lisistonam tenuit Goduuinus pariter et modo est 
addita terris Algari.— JSww. D, (222) 202. 

The earl has a manor called Lisistona, which Gowin \held\ on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide. Three ploughs can plough this. Bainald 
holds this of the earl. Of this Kainald has one viigate in demesne, 
and the YiUeins one virgate and one plough. There Eainald has 
four villeins, and three bordars, and one ser^ and six head of 
cattle, and twenty-eight sheep, and thirty goats, and six acres of 
coppice, and one acre of meadow, and one virgate of pasture; 
and it is worth ten shillings a year, and it was worth twenty 
shillings when the earl received it. 

This Lisistona Godwin held in partage, and now it is added to 
the lands of Algar. 



TH» DEVONSHIRB DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 377 

dimidia hida. Terra est iii carucis. Ibi est i caruca et iiii 
uillani et iii bordarii cum i seruo et i acra prati et una 
uirgata pasturae et vi acrae siluae minutae. Olim xx solidos. 
Modo ualet x soiidos. 

Haec addita est terris Algar. — Exch, D. 105 (4); 12b. 



The same Rainald holds of the earl Lisistone. Godwin held 
this freely in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a 
hide. There is land for three ploughs. There is one plough, 
and four villeins, and three bordars, with one serf, and one acre 
of meadow, and one virgate of pasture, and six acres of coppice. 
Formerly it was worth twenty shillings. Now it is worth 
ten shillings. 

This has been added to the lands of Algar. 



378 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXETER. 



Cerra SattibCm dltcrcomttte SnDebrnefiECra. 

CMntntxtL 

Balduinus habet in Essecestra xii domus qusB pertinuerunt 
ad Buam mansionem quae uocatur Cbent ea die qua lex 
Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus. £t habet ibi vii alias 
domus de dono regis Willelmi quae fuerant in dominio regis 
Edauardi ea die qua ipse fuit uiuus et mortuus. — JSxon. D. 
(315) 293. 

iLanH of SalDtotn tbe ^|)rnff m IDtmaS^ixt. 

Baldwin has in Exeter twelve houses, which belonged to his 
manor called Ghent, on the day on which king Edward was alive 
and dead. And he has there seven other houses, the gift of king 
William, which were in the demesne of king Edward on the day 
on which he himself was alive and dead. 

Balduinus habet vii burgenses in Barnestapla et vi domus 
uastatas et isti burgenses et istse domus uastatae reddunt per 
annum vii solidos et vi denarios. — Exon. D, (315) 293. 

Baldwin has seven burgesses in Barnestapla- and six ruined 
houses, and those burgesses and those ruined houses return seven 
shillings and sixpence a year. 

Balduuuinus uicecomes habet i mansionem quae uocatur 
Ochenemitona quam tenuit Osfers ea die qua rex Eduuaidus 
fuit uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro iii uirgis et i 
ferdino. Hanc possunt arare xxx carrucae. Inde habet 
Bolduuinus i uirgam et i ferdinum et iiii carrucas in dominio 
et villani ii uirgas et xx carrucas. Ibi habet Balduinus xxx.i 
uillanum \8ic\ et xi bordarios et xviii se^uos et vi porcarios et i 
roncinum et Iii animalia et Ixxx cues et i molendinnm qui 
reddit vi solidos et viii denarios per annum et iii leugas 
nemoris in longitudine et i in latitudine et v agros prati et i 
leugam pascuse in longitudine et dimidiam in latitudine et in 
ista terra sedit castellum Ochenemitonae. Ibi habet Balduuinus 
iiii burgenses et i mercatum qui reddit iiii solidos per annum. 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 379 



XVL Cerra 3BalWi(nt aicecomitfe. 

Baldvinus uicecomes tenet de rege in Execestre vii domus 
quae fuerunt in (Jominio regis Edwardi. Praeter has habet 
alias xii domus in ipsa ciuitate quae pertinent ad Ghent 
manerium suum. — ExcA. D. 105 (4); \2b. 



XYL UBitti Of SalHtDin t^e &t)etifr. 

Baldwin the sheriff holds of the king in Exeter seven houses 
which were in the demesne of king Edward. Besides these he 
has twelve other houses in the city itself which belong to his 
manor at Ghent 



Idem Balduinus habet in Barnestaple vii burgenses et vi 
domus uastatas. Hae reddunt per annum vii solidos et vi 
denarios. — Exch, D. 105 (4); 12b. 

The same Baldwin has in Barnestaple seven burgesses and six 
houses laid waste. These return seven shillings and sixpence 
yearly. 

0d[iementone* 

Ipse Balduinus tenet de rege Ochementone. Et ibi 
sedet castellum. Hoc manerium tenebat Osfers tempore 
regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro iii virgatae terrae et uno 
ferling. Terra est xxx carucis. In dominio sunt iiii 
carucae et xviii serui et xxi uillani et xi bordarii cum xx 
carucis. Ibi molinus reddens vi solidos et viii denarios et 
V acrae prati. Pastura i leuca longitudine et dimidia leuca 
latitudine. Silua iii leucae longitudine et una leuca latitu-^ 
dine. Ibi iiii burgenses et mercatus reddunt iiii solidos. 
Totum ualet x libras. Gum recepit viii libras. — Exck. D. 
105 (4); \2b. 



380 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

Hsec mansio ualet cum suis appenditus x libras et quando 
Balduainus recepit earn ualebat viii libras. — Exan. D. (288) 264 

Baldwin the Sheriff has a manor called Ochenemitona, which 
Osfers held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, 
and it rendered geld for three virgates and one ferling. Thirty 
ploughs can plough thia Of them Baldwin has one virgate and 
one ferling and four ploughs in demesne, and the villeins two 
virgates and twenty plougha There Baldwin has thirty-one 
villeins, and eleven bordars, and eighteen serfs, and six swine- 
herds, and one pack-horse, and fifty-two head of cattle, and eighty 
sheep, and one mill which renders six shillings and eightpence a 
year, and three leugas of wood in length and one in breadth, and 
five acres of meadow, and of pasture one leuga in length and a 
half in breadth ; and in this land stands the castle of Ochenemitona. 
There Baldwin has four bui^esses and a market which return four 
shillings a year. This manor is worth with its appurtenances ten 
poundi^ and it was worth eight pounds when Baldwin received it 

(titttota. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem qnse uocatur Cicecota qnarn 
temiit Brismarus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia uirga. Hanc possunt 
arare iii carrucae. £t modo tenet earn Sogerius de Balduino. 
Ibi habet Bogerius i carrucam in dominio et villani arant 
cum ii bobis [$ic]. Ibi habet Bogerius iiii uillanos et i 
bordarium et i seruum et xiii animalia et iii porcos et xxxii 
ones et xxx agios nemoris et iii agros prati et iii agios 
pascuse. Hsec ualet xv solidos per annum et quando Bald- 
uinus recepit ualebat tantundem. — Exon, D. (288) 265. 

Baldwin has a manor called Cicecota, which Brismar held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a virgate. Three ploughs can plough this. And now 
Roger holds it of Baldwin. There Roger has one plough in 
demesne, and the villeins plough with two oxen. There Roger 
has four villeins, and one bordar, and one serf^ and thirteen head 
of cattle, and three swine, and thirty-two sheep, and thirty acres of 
wood, and three acres of meadow, and three acres of pasture. 
This is worth fifteen shillings a year, and it was worth as much 
when Baldwin received it. 

ISratona. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Bratona quam 
tenuit Bristricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirgata. Hanc possunt arare xv 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCUEQUEK. 381 



Baldwin himself holds of the kiDg Ochementone. And there 
stands a castle. This manor Osfers held in the time of king Edward, 
and it paid geld for three virgates and one ferling of land. There 
is land for thirty ploughs. In demesne are four ploughs, and 
eighteen serfs, and twenty-one villeins, and eleven bordiars, with 
twenty ploughs. A mill is there rendering six shillings and eight- 
pence, and five acres of meadow. Pasture one leuga long and 
half a leuga broad. Wood three leugas long and one leuga broad. 
There four burgesses and a market return four shillings. The 
whole is worth ten pounds. It was worth when he received it 
eight pounds. 



Citttott* 

Rogerius tenet de Balduino Cicecote. Brismar tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia virgata 
terrae. Terra est iii carucis. In dominio est i caruca cum 
i seruo et iiii uillani cum i bordario. Ibi iii acrae prati et 
iii acrae pasturae et xxx acrae siluae. Olim et modo ualet 
xvsolidos. — Exch. D. 105 (4); 12b, 



Roger holds of Baldwin Cicecote. Brismar held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a virgate of land. 
There is land for three ploughs. In demesne is one plough, with 
one serf, and four villeins, with one bordar. There are three acres 
of meadow, and three acres of pasture, and thirty acres of wood. 
Formerly it was, and it is now, worth fifteen shillings. 



iSratone. 

Ipse Balduinus tenet Bratone. Brictric tenebat tempore 
regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro i virgata terrae. Terra est 
XV carucis. In dominio sunt iii carucae et xii semi et xii 

. 2 c 



382 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXErEB. 

carrucse. Inde habet Balduinus teitiam partem uiigse et iii 
carrucas in dominio et villani alias ii partes et vi carrucas. 
Ibi habet Balduinus xii uillanos et xii seruos et viii equas 
siluestrses et xviii animalia et b^ oues et v agros nemoris et 
XX agros prati et cc agros pascuse. Hsec ualet vii libras et 
quando Balduinus recepit earn ualebat ix libras. 

In ista mansione fuerunt ii tegni tempore regis Eduuardi 
qui tenuerunt dimidiam uirgam terrse pariter et potuerunt ire 
ad quemlibet dominum cum ista terra. Hsec terra ualet 
modo XXX solidos et quando Balduinus recepit ualebat Ix 
solidos.— ^am. D. (288) 265. 

Baldwin has a manor called Bratona, which Bristric held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one viigate. Fifteen ploughs can plough thi& Of it 
Baldwin has the third part of a virgate and three ploughs in demesne, 
and the villeins the other two parts and six plough& There 
Baldwin has twelve villeins, and twelve serfs, and eight brood 
mares, and eighteen head of cattle, and sixty sheep, and five acres 
of wood, and twenty acres of meadow, and two hundred acres of 
pasture. This is worth seven pounds, and it was worth when 
Baldwin received it nine pound& 

In this manor were two thanes in the time of King Edward who 
held half a virgate of land in partage, and they were at liberty to go 
to whomsoever lord they pleased with that land. This land is 
now worth thirty shillings, and it was worth sixty shillings when 
Baldwin received it. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Bosleia quam 
tenuit Bristricu ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mor- 
tuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare viii 
carrucae et modo tenet eam Eofl'us de Balduino. Inde habet 
Boffus i ferdinum et i carrucam et dimidiam in dominio et 
villani tenent aliam terram et habent ibi i carrucam.. Ibi 
habet Boffus vii seruos et xii animalia et xl oues et xii capraa 
et ii agros nemusculi et Ix agros prati et Ix agros pascuae. 
Haec ualet xl solidos et quando Balduinus recepit ualebat xxx 
solidos.— ^a»n. D. (2896) 265. 

Baldwin has a manor called Bosleia, which Bristric held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate. Eight ploughs can plough this, and now 
Boffus holds it of Baldwin. Of it Boffus has one ferling and 
one plough and a half in demesne ; and the villeins hold the other 
land, and have one plough there. There Boffus has seven serfs, 
and twelve head of cattle, and forty sheep, and twelve goats, and 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— £XCfl£QU£R. 383 

» 

uillani cum vi carucis. Ibi xx acrae prati et cc acrae 
pasturae et v acrae siluae. Olim ix libras. Mode ualet vii 
libras. 

In hoc manerio erant ii taini tempore regis Eduuardi 
tenentes dimidiam virgatam terrae libere et poterant ire ad 
quemlibet dominum. Olim Ix solidos. Modo ualet xxx 
solidos. — ExcIl D. 105 (4); 12b. 



Baldwin himself holds Bratone. Brictric held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of }and. There is 
land for fifteen ploughs. In demesne are three ploughs, and 
twelve serfs, and twelve villeins, with six ploughs. There are 
twenty acres of meadow, and two hundred acres of pasture, and 
five acres of wood. Formerly it was worth nine pounds. Now 
it' is worth seven pounds. 

In this manor were two thanes in the time of king Edward 
holding half a virgate of land freely, and they could go to whom- 
soever lord they pleased. Formerly it was worth sixty shillings. 
Now it is worth thirty shillings. 



Rolf tenet de Balduino Boslie. Brictric tenebat tempore 
regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. Terra 
est viii carucis. In dominio est i caruca et dimidia et vii 
serui cum i caruca. Ibi Ix acrae prati et Ix acrae pasturae 
et ii acrae siluae minutae. Olim xxx solidos. Modo ualet 
xl solidos. — Exch. D, 105 (4); 12b, 



Eolf holds of Baldwin Boslie. Brictric held it in the time of 

king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. There is 

land for eight ploughs. In demesne is one plough and a half, 

and seven serfs, with one plough, lliere are sixty acres of 

meadow, and sixty acres of pasture, and two acres of coppice. 

Formerly it was worth thirty shillings. Now it is worth forty 

shillings. 

2 2 



384 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXETEB. 

two acres of coppice, and sixty acies of meadow, and sixty acres 
of pastore. This is worth forty shillings, and it was worth when 
Baldwin received it thirty shillings. 

Balduinns habet i mansionem quae uocatur Bridestoa qose 
tenuit Edmerus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia bida et dimidio 
ferlino. Hanc possunt arare vi carrucse. £t modo tenet 
earn Badulfus de Pomaria de Balduino. Ibi habet Radulfos 
ii carmcas in dominio et villani iiiL Ibi habet Sadolfos ix 
uillanos et iiii bordarios et viii seruos et i roncinam et vi 
animalia et x porcos et cxxxv ones et xx capras et xl agros 
nemoris et xii agros prati et xxx agros pascuse. Hsec ualet 
iiii libras et quando Balduinns recepit ualebat Ix solidos. — 
JExan. D. (2896) 265. 

Baldwin has a manor called Bridestou, which Edmer held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide and half a ferling. Six ploughs can plough 
Uiis. And now Balph de Pomaria holds it of Bsddwin. There 
Balph has two ploughs in demesne and the villeins four. There 
Balph has nine villeins, and four bordars, and eight serfs, and one 
pack-horse, and six head of cattle, and ten swine, and one hundred 
and thirty-five sheep, and twenty goats, and forty acres of wood, 
and twelve acres of meadow, and thirty acres of pasture. This is 
worth four pounds, and it was worth when Baldwin received it sixty 
shillings. 

aCatfiforOa. SAoIDuiS sntDa. ISateisaia. JFenietitlia* 

Cum ista mansione habet Balduinus terras vi tegaonim 
qui non pertinuerunt ad supradictam mansionem die qua rex 
Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus. Haec reddidit gildom 
tempore regis Eduuardi pro dimidia hida et i ferlino et 
dimidio. Hanc possunt arare vi carrucse. Una ex istis vi 
tenia uocatur Carsforda quam tenuit Sauuinus topa et alia 
terra uocatur Batesilla quam tenuit Dodo et tertia uocatur 
Gomba quam tenuit Dodo et quarta uocatur Etboldus Wrda 
quam tenuit Goduinus et quinta uocatur Ferneurda quam 
tenuit Goduinus et sexta uocatur Weia quam tenuit Suatricus 
abbaa Isti tegni potu'erunt ire ad quemlibet dominum cum 
ista terra. Ista terra ualet Ix solidos xx denarios minus 
et quando Balduinus recepit earn ualebat xxx solidos. — 
Ex<m. D, (289fc) 265, 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 38$ 



Radulfus de Pomerei tenet de Balduino Bridestov. 
Edmer tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro 
dimidia hida et dimidia ferling. Terra est vi carucis. In 
dominio sunt ii carucae et viii serui et ix uillani et iiii 
bordarii cum iiii carucis. Ibi xii acrae prati et xxx acrae 
pasturae et xl acrae siluac. Olim iii libras. Modo ualet iiii 
libras. — Exclu D. 105 (4); 12b, 



Ralph de Pomerei holds of Baldwin Bridestov. Edmer held it 
in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide and 
half a ferling. There is land for six ploughs. In demesne are 
two ploughs, and eight serfs, and nine villeins, and four bordars, 
with four ploughs. There are twelve acres of meadow, and thirty 
acres of pasture, and forty acres of wood. Formerly it was worth 
three pounds. Now it is worth four pounds. 



Cum hoc manerio tenet Balduinus terras vi tainiorum 
quae non pertinebant ibi tempore regis Eduuardi et gelda- 
bant pro dimidia hida et uno ferling et dimidia. Terra est 
vi carucis. Olim xxx solidos. Modo ualent Ix solidos xx 
denarios minus. Hi vi tenebant Sauuino. Dodo. Dodo. 
Goduinus. Goduinus. Suatricus abbas. — Exch. D, 105 

(4); 12*- 



886 THE DEVONSHIKB DOMESDAY — EXETEK. 

With this manor Baldwin has the lands of six thanes which did 
not helong to the aforesaid manor on the day on which king Edward 
was alive and dead. This rendered geld in the time of king Edward 
for half a hide and one ferling and a half. Six ploughs can plough 
this. One of these six lands is called Carsforda, which Sawin topa 
held ; and another land is called Batesilla, which Dodo held ; and 
the third is called Comha, which Dodo held; and the fourth is 
called Etholdus Wrda, which Godwin held ; and the fifth is called 
Femeurda, which Grodwin held; and the sixth is called Weia, 
which Soatric the abbot held. These thanes could go to whomsoever 
lord they pleased with this land. This land is worth sixty shillings 
less twenty pence^ and it was worth when Baldwin received it 
thirty shillings. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quse uocatur Wica quam 
teuuit EdnoduB ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit oiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia uirga. Hanc posannt 
arare v .carracse et modo tenet earn Eainerus de Baldaino. 
Ibi habet Bainerus ii carracas in dominio et villani i carra- 
cam et ii boues. Ibi habet Bainerus v uillanos et viii 
bordarios et iiii senios et v animalia et iii porcos et xlviii 
oues et XX agros nemusculi et x agios prati et dimidiam 
leugam pascuae in longitudine et iii quadragenarias in latita- 
dine. Haec ualet xxx solidos et quando Balduinus lecepil 
ualebat xl solidos.— J^axw. D. (289) 266. 

Baldwin has a manor called Wica, which Ednod held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a virgate. Five ploughs can plough this, and now 
Bainer holds it of Baldwin. There Bainer has two ploughs in 
demesne, and the villeins one plough and two oxen. There Bainer 
has five villeins, and eight bordars, and four serfs, and five head of 
cattle, and three swine, and forty-eight sheep, and twenty acres of 
coppice, and ten acres of meadow, and pasture half a leuga in 
length and three furlongs in breadth. This is worth thirty shil- 
lings, and it was worth forty shUlings when Baldwin received iL 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Leuya quam 
tenuit Bristricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possant 
arare vii carrucae. Et modo tenet eam Bogerius de Molis de 
Balduino. Ibi habet Bogerius i carrucam in dominio et 
villani vi carrucas. Ibi habet Bogerius xii uillanos et viii 
bordarios et vi seruos et xviii animalia et 1 oues et xxx agros 



THK DEVONSHIBE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQI7EB. 387 

With this manor Baldwin holds the lands of six thanes which 
did not belong there in the time of king Edward, and they paid geld 
for half a hide and one ferling and a half. There is land for six 
ploughs. Formerly it was worth thirty shillings. Now it is 
worth sixty shillings less twenty pence. These six held them. 
Sawin, Dodo, Dodo, Godwin, Godwin, Suatric the abbot. 



Rainerus tenet de Balduino Wiche. Ednodus tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia virgata 
terrae. Terra est v carucis. In dominie sunt ii carrucae et 
iiii serui et v uillani et viii bordarii cum i caruca. Ibi x 
acrae prati et xx acrae siluae et dimidia leuca pasturae longi- 
tudine et iii quarentenae latitudine. Olim xl solidos. Mode 
ualet XXX solidos. — Exch. D. io6 (i); \yi. 



Rainer holds of Baldwin Wiche. Ednod held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for half a virgate of land. There 
is land for five ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and four 
serfs, and five villeins, and eight bordars, with one plough. There 
are ten acres of meadow, and twenty acres of wood, and pasture 
half a leuga in length and three furlongs in breadth. Formerly it 
was worth forty shillings. Now it is worth thirty shillings. 



Rogerius de Moles tenet- de Balduino Lewe. Brictric 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia 
hida. Terra est vii carucis. In dominio est i caruca et vi 
serui et xii uillani et viii bordarii cum vi carucis. Ibi xx 
acrae prati et Ix acrae pasturas et xxx acrac siluae. Olim iii 
libras. Modo ualet iiii libras. — Exchl D. io6 (i); 13a. 



388 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXETER. 

nemoris et xx agros prati et Ix agros pascuae. Haec nalet iiii 
libras et quando Balduinus recepit ualebat Ix solidos. — 
UxoTu D, (289) 266. 

Baldwin has a manor called Leaya, which Bristric held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide. Seven ploughs can plough this. And now 
Eoger de Molis holds it of Baldwin. There Hoger has one plough 
in demesne and the viUeins six ploughs. There Roger has twelve 
villeins, and eight bordars, and six serfs, and eighteen head of 
cattle, and fifty sheep, and thirty acres of wood, and twenty acres 
of meadow, and sixty acres of pasture. This is worth four 
pounds, and it was worth when Baldwin received it sixty shillings. 

BnaSelencota* 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Wadelescota 
quam tenuit WaDellus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirgata. Hanc possunt 
arare \\ carrucse. Et modo tenet earn Rogerius de Moles de 
Balduino. Yillani habent ibi i carrucam. Ibi habet Bogerius 
iii villanos et ii porcarios et i bordarium et i agrum nemoris 
et V agros prati et xl agros pascuse. Haec ualet xx solidos et 
quando Balduinus recepit ualebat xv solidos. Iste potuit ire 
aid quemlibet dominum. — Eicon, D, (290&) 266. 

Baldwin has a manor caUed Wadelescota, which Wadell held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate. Two ploughs can plough this. And now 
Roger de Mohs holds it of Baldwin. The villeins have there one 
plough. There Roger has three villeins, and two swineherds, and 
one bordar, and one acre of wood, and five acres of meadow, and 
forty acres of pasture. This is worth twenty shillings, and it was 
worth when Baldwin received it fifteen shillings. He was at 
liberty to go to whomsoever lord he pleased. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quse uocatur Chenleia quam 
tenuit Osfers ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuns 
et reddidit gildum pro dimidia bida. Hanc possunt arare viii 
carrucae. Et' modo tenet earn Motbertus de Balduino. Ibi 
habet Motbertus ii carrucas in dominio et villani v carrucas. 
Ibi habet Motbertus vii uillanos et xv bordarios et x seruos 
et xi animalia et viii porcos et Ixxx ones et ii quadragenarias 
nemoris in longitudine et i in latitudine et v agros prati et 
viii agros pascuae. Haec ualet iiii libras et quando Balduinus 
recepit ualebat Ix solidos. — Eocon. D. (2906) 266. 



THB DEVONSHIRE DOMESDilY— EXCHEQUER. 889 



Roger de Moles holds of Baldwin Lewe. Brictric held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There is 
land for seven ploughs. In demesne is one plough, and six serfs, 
and twelve villeins, and eight bprdars, with six ploughs. There 
are twenty acres of meadow, and sixty acres of pasture, and 
thirty acres of wood. Formerly it was worth three pounds. 
Now it is worth four pounds. 



Rogerius tenet Wadelescote de Balduino. Wadel tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. 
Terra est ii carucis. Ibi iii uillani cum i bordario et ii 
porcarii cum i caruca. Ibi i acra siluae et v acrac prati et 
xl acrae pasturae. Olim xv solidos. Modo ualet xx 
soHdos.— ^Ir^A. J). io6 (i); 13^. 



Roger holds Wadelescote of Baldwin. Wadel held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. 
There is land for two ploughs. There are three villeins, with one 
bordar, and two swineherds, with one plough. There is one acre 
of wood, and five acres of meadow, and forty acres of pasture. 
Formerly it was worth fifteen shillings. Now it is worth twenty 
shillings. 



Motbertus tenet de Balduino Chenleie. Osfers tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia hida. 
Terra est viii carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et x 
serui et vii uillani et xv bordarii cum v carucis. Ibi v 
acrae prati et viii acrae pasturae. Siluae ii quarentenae longi- 
tudine et una quarentena latitudine. Olim iii libras. 
Modo ualet iiii libras. — ExcA, D, 106 (i); 13^. 



^ 



390 THE BEYONSHIBE DOMESDAY — ^EXETER. 

Baldwin has a manor called Chenleia, which Osfers held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hida Eight ploughs can plough this. And now 
Mothert holds it of Baldwin. There Mothert has seven 
villeins, and fifteen bordars, and ten serfs, and eleven head o! 
cattle, and eight swine, and eighty sheep, and of wood two furlongs 
in length and one in breadth, and five acres of meadow, and eight 
acres of pasture. This is worth four pounds, and it was worth 
sixty shillings when Baldwin received it 

Balduinus habet i mansionem qusB uocatur Dondritona 
quam tenuit Brismerus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt 
arare vi carruc^e. Et mode tenet earn Sadulfus de Bmeria 
de Balduino. Ibi habet Badulfus ii ferlinos et ii carrucas in' 
dominio et villani iii carrucas et dimidiam. Ibi habet 
Badulfus iiii uillanos et viii bordarios et vi seruos et xi 
animalia et xxxiii porcos et c cues et xxx capras et c. Ix [sic] 
agros nemoris et i agrum prati et xl agros pascuse. Haec 
ualet xl solidos et quando Balduinus recepit tralebat xx 
Bolidos.— ^ajcw. D. (2896) 266. 

« 

Baldwin has a manor called Dondritona, which Brismer held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide. Six ploughs can plough this. And now 
Eadulf de Brueria holds it of Baldwin. There Eadulf has two 
ferlings and two ploughs in demesne, and the villeins three ploughs 
and a half. There Radulf has four villeins, and eight bordars, 
and six serfs, and eleven head of cattle, and thirty-three swine. 
and one hundred sheep, and thirty goats, and one hundred and 
sixty acres of wood, and one acre of meadow, and forty acres of 
pasture. This is worth forty shillings, and it was worth twenty 
shillings when Baldwin received it 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Oodescota 
quam tenuit Bristricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuos 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt 
arare iiii carrucsB. Et modo tenet eam Coluinus de BaLdnino. 
Ibi habet Coluinus i carrucam in dominio et villani ii car- 
rucas. Ibi habet Coluinus vi uillanos et iiii bordarioa et iii 
seruos et xxx cues et iii quadragenarias nemoris in longitu- 
dine et i in latitudine. Usee ualet xxv solidos et quando 
Balduinus recepit ualebat xx solidos. — Excm. D. (290) 267. 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 391 

Motbert holds of Baldwin Chenleie. Osfers held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There is 
land for eight ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and ten 
serfs, and seven villeins, and fifteen bordars with five ploughs. 
There are five acres of meadow and eight acres of pasture. 
Wood two furlongs in length and one furlong in breadth. Formerly 
it was worth three pounds. Now it is worth four pounds. 



9onDr(tone« 

Radulfus tenet de Balduino Dondritone. Brismar tene- 
bat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia hida. 
Terra est vi canicis. In dominio sunt li carrucae et vi serui 
et iiii uillani et viii bordarii cum iii carucis et dimidia. Ibi 
i acra prati et xl acrae pasturae et Ix acrae siluae. Olim xx 
solidos. Modo ualet xl solidos. — Exch, D. io6 (i); i^a. 



Radulf holds of Baldwin Dondritone. Brismar held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There 
is land for six ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and six 
serfs, and four villeins, and eight bordars, with three ploughs 
and a half. There is one acre of meadow, and forty acres of 
pasture, and sixty acres of wood. Formerly it was worth twenty 
shillings. Now it is worth forty shillings. 



Coluin tenet de Balduino Godescote. Brictric tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. 
Terra est iiii carucis. In dominio est i caruca et lii serui et 
vi uillani et iiii bordarii cum ii carucis. Silua iii quaren- 
tense longitudine et una quarentena latitudine. 

Olim XX solidos. Modo ualet xxv solidos. — Exck. D, 
lo6 (i); 13^:. 



892 THE BEVONSHIBE DOMESDAY — ^EXBTEB. 

Baldwin has a manor called Godescota, which Biistric held on 
the day on which king Edwaid was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one viigate. Four ploughs can plough this. And now 
Coluin holds it of Baldwin. There Coluin has one plough in 
demesne, and the yilleins two ploughs. There Coluin has six 
villeins, and four hordars, and three serfs, and thirty sheep, and 
of wood three furlongs in length and one in hreadth. This is worth 
twenty-five shillings, and it was worth when Baldwin received it 
twenty shillings. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Sanfort quam 
tenuit Normannus ea die qua fait Eduuardus rex uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro ii hydis et dimidia. Hanc 
possunt arare xl camicae. De istis habet Balduinus i hyda 
et iiii carrucas in dominie et uillani i hydam et dimidiam et 
XX carrucas, £t ibi habet Balduinus xl uillanos et xxx 
bordarios et viii seruos et i runcinum et xxviii animalia et cc 
ones et xl capras et xl agros nemoris et Ix agros prati et ii 
leugas pascusB in longitudine i in latitudine et ualet per 
annum xii libras et quando recepit ualebat ix libraa. — 
Exon. D, (290) 267. 

Baldwin has a manor called Sanfort, which Norman held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for two hides and a halt Forty ploughs can plough thi& Of 
these Baldwin has one hide and four ploughs in demesne, and the 
villeins one hide and a half and twenty ploughs. Aiid there 
Baldwin has forty villeins, and thirty bordars, and eight serfe, and 
one pack-horse, and twenty-eight head of cattle, and two hundred 
sheep, and forty goats, and forty acres of wood, and sixty acres of 
meadow, and of pasture two leugas in length and one in breadth ; 
and it is worth twelve pounds a year, and it was worth when he 
received it nine pounds. 

ttelkistam. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Bellestam 
quam tenuit Osferus ea die qua fuit uiuus et mortuus 
Eduuardus rex et defendit se pro dimidia hyda. Hanc pos- 
sunt arare vi carrucae et hanc tenet Bicardus de Balduiua 
Ibi habet Bicardus in dominio dimidiam uirgam et ii carrucas 
et uillani habent i uirgam et dimidiam et iii carrucas. Ibi 
habet Bicardus viii uillanos et v bordarios et iiii seruos et iiii 
animalia et xl cues et x capras et dimidiam leugam nemoris 
et viii agros prati et i leugam pascuae et ualetf xxx solidos per 
annum et quando recepit earn Balduinus ualebat tantundem. 
—Ex<m. D. (290) 267. 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY—^EXCHEQUER. 393 

Coluin holds of Baldwin Godescote. Brictric held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. 
There is land for four ploughs. In demesne is one plough, and 
three serfs, and six villeins, and four bordars, with two ploughs. 
Wood three furlongs in length and one furlong in breadth. 
Formerly it was worth twenty shillings. ' Now it is worth twenty* 
five shillings. 



SanforD* 

Ipse Balduinus tenet Sanford. Norman tenebat tempore 
regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro ii hidis et dimidia. Terra 
jest xl carucis. In dominio sunt iiii carucas et viii semi et 
xl uillani et xxx bordarii cum xx carucis. Ibi Ix acrae 
prati et xl acrae siluas. Pastura ii leucas longitudine et una 
leuca latitudine. Olim ix libras. Modo valet xii libras. — 
Exch. D, io6 (i); 13a. 



Baldwin himself holds Sanford. Norman held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for two hides and a half. There is 
land for forty ploughs. In demesne are four ploughs, and eight 
serfs, and forty villeins, and thirty bordars, with twenty, ploughs. 
There are sixty acres of meadow and forty acres of wood. Pasture 
two leugas in length and one leuga in breadth. Formerly it was 
worth nine pounds. Now it is worth twelve pounds. 



Ricardus tenet de Balduino Belestham. Osfers tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia hida. 
Terra est vi carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et iiii serui 
et viii uillani et v bordarii cum iii carucis. Ibi viii acrae 
prati et dimidia leuca siluae et una leuca pasturae. Olim et 
niodo ualet xxx solidos. — Exch. D, 106 (i); 13^. 



394 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — SXETEB. 

Baldwin has a manor called Bellestam, which Osfer held on the 
day in which king Edward was alive and dead, and it was answer- 
able for half a hide. Six ploughs can plough this, and Richard 
l\olds it of Baldwin. There Richard has in demesne half a vi^te 
and two ploughs, and the villeins have one virgate and a half and 
three ploughs. There Richard has eight villeins, and five bordais, 
and four serfs, and four head of cattle, and forty sheep, and ten 
goats, and half a leuga of wood, and eight acres of meadow, and 
one leuga of pasture ; and it is worth thirty shillings a year, and it 
was worth just as much when Baldwin received it 



9oM%\anVtu 

Balduinas habet i mansionem quse uocatur Doneslanda 
quam tenuit Oluricus ea die qua fait uiuus et mortuus 
Eduuardus rex et reddidit gildum pro dimidia uirga et banc 
possunt arare iiii^*" carruca3 et hanc tenet Cadio de Balduino 
et habet inde in dominio i ferdinom terrse et i carrucam et 
uillani i ferdinum et iii carrucas. Ibi habet Cadio vi oillanos 
et iii bordarios et i seruum et xv animalia et iiii^' agios 
nemoris et xx agros prati et totidem pascuse et ualet per 
annum xxv sotidos et quando Balduinus recepit ualebat xxx 
QoMos.—£xon. D. (2906) 267. 

Baldwin has a manor called Doneslanda, which Oluric held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a virgate. And four ploughs can plough this. And 
Cadio holds this of Baldwin, and has of it in demesne one ferling 
of land and one plough, and the villeins one ferling and three 
ploughs. There Cadio has six villeins, and three bordars, and one 
serf, and fifteen head of cattle, and four acres of wood, and twenty 
acres of meadow, and as many of pasture ; and it is worth twenty- 
five shillings a year, and it was worth when Baldwin received it 
thirty shillings. 

Monacotj^amantona. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem que uocatur Monacochaman- 
tona quam tenuit Oinot ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uimis 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hyda. Hanc 
possunt arare vi carrucae. Ibi habet Balduinus in dominio i 
ferdinum et dimidium et ii carrucas et uillani habent vi 
ferdinos et dimidium et viii carrucas. Ibi habet Balduinas 
xii uillanos et vi bordarios et v seruos et i runcinum et xviii 
animalia et Ix ones et xx agros nemoris et xii agros prati et x 
agros pascuse et ualet per annum iii libras et quando Bald- 
uinus recepit ualebat xx solidos. — Eacon, D, (2906) 267, 



THX DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXCHEQUER. 395 

Richard holds of Baldwin Belestham. Osfers held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There is 
land for six ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and four 
serfs, and eight villeins, and five bordars, with three ploughs. 
There are eight acres of meadow, and half a leuga of wood, and 
one leuga of pasture. It was formerly, and it is now, worth thirty 
shillings. 



Cadio tenet de Balduino Donesland. Uluric tenebat 
tempore, regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia virgata 
terrae. Terra est iiii carucis quae ibi sunt cum i seruo et vi 
uillanis et iiii bordariis. Ibi xx acrae prati et totidem 
pasturae et iiii acrae siluae. Olim xxx solidos. Modo ualet 
XXV solidos. — ExcA. D, io6 (i); 13^. 



Cadio holds of Baldwin Donesland. Ulric held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a virgate of land. 
There is land for four ploughs, which are there, with one serf, and 
six villeins, and four bordars. There are twenty acres of meadow, 
and as many of pasture, and four acres of wood. Formerly it 
was worth thirty shillings. Now it is worth twenty-five shillings. 



^ontttj^mirntotir. 

Ipse Balduinus tenet Monuchementone. Vlnod tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia hida. 
Terra est vi carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae \et\ v semi 
et xii uitlani et vi bordarii cum viii carucis. Ibi xii acrae 
prati et x acrae pasturae et xx acrae siluae. Olim xx 
solidos. Modo ualet Ix solidos. — Exch, D. 106 (i); 13a. 



396 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

Baldwin has a manor called Monacochamantona, which Olnot 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for half a hide. Six ploughs can plough this. 
There Baldwin has in demesne one ferling and a half and two 
ploughs, and the villeins have six ferlings and a half and eight 
ploughs. There Baldwin has twelve villeins, and six bordais, and 
live serfs, and one pack-horse, and eighteen head of cattle, and 
sixty sheep, and twenty acres of wood, and twelve acres of 
meadow, and ten acres of pasture ; and it is worth three pounds a 
year, and it was worth when Baldwin received it twenty shillings 

Stcl^etioriia. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quse uocatur Etcheboma 
quam teuuit Almerus ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hyda. Hanc possunt 
arare viiii carrucse et Bogerius earn tenet de Baldaino et 
habet ibi Bogerius diniidiani uirgam terrae et ii carrucas et 
uillani habent i uirgam et dimidiam et v carrucas. Ibi habet 
Rogerius x uillanos et v bordarios et xiii seruos et xviii 
animalia et iii porcos et Ix ones et iii quadragenarias nemoris 
in longitudine et ii quadragenarias in latitudine et xx agros 
prati et ualet per annum iiii^' libras et quando r^cepit earn 
ualebat iii libras.— ^axm. D. (2906) 267. 

Baldwin has a manor called Etcheboma, which Aimer held on 
the day on which king Edward was aUve and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide. Nine ploughs can plough this, and Roger 
holds it of Baldwin. And Eoger has there half a virgate of land 
and two ploughs, and the villeins have one virgate and a half and 
live ploughs. There Roger has ten villeins, and five bordaiSy and 
thirteen serfs, and eighteen head of cattle, and three swine, and 
sixty sheep, and three furlongs of wood in length and two furlongs 
in breadth, and twenty acres of meadow. And it is worth four 
pounds a year, and it was worth when he received it three pounds. 

iftairtotia. 

. Balduinus habet i mansionem quse uocatur Hantona quam 
tenuit Brismarus eo tempore quo Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro iii uirgis. Hanc possunl 
arare x carrucae et Rogerius eam tenet de Balduino. Ibi 
habet Rogerius in dominio i uirgam et ii carrucas et iiillf^ni 
habent ii uirgas et vii carrucas. Ibi habet Rogerius xviii 
uillanos et iii bordarios et viiii seruos et i porcarium et i 
runcinum et xvii animalia et I ones et dimidiam leugam 
nemoris in longitudine et tantundem in latitudine et Ix agros 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 397 

The same Baldwin holds Monachementone. Vlnod held it in 
the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There 
is land for six ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, [ami] five 
serfs, and twelve villeins, and six bordars, with eight ploughs. 
There are twelve acres of meadow, and ten acres of pasture, and 
twenty acres of wood. Formerly it was worth twenty shillings. 
Now it is worth sixty shillings. 



Rogerius tenet de Balduino Echebvrne. Elmer tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia hida. 
Terra est ix carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et xiii 
serui et x uillani et v bordarii cum v carucis. Ibi xx acrae 
prati. Silua iii quarentenae longitudine et ii quarentenae 
latitudine. Olim iii libras. Modo ualet iiii libras. — 
£xcA. D. io6 (i); 13^. 



Roger holds of Baldwin Echebume. Elmer held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There is land 
for nine ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and thirteen 
serfs, and ten villeins, and five bordars, with five ploughs. There 
are twenty acres of meadow. Wood three fiirlongs in length and 
two furlongs in breadth. Formerly it was worth three pounds. 
Now it is worth four pounds. 



3Kaiiftone. 

Rogerius tenet Hanitone de Balduino. Brismar tenebat 

tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro iii virgatis terrae. 

Terra est x carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et ix serui 

et xix uillani et iii bordarii cum vii carucis. Ibi Ix acrae 

prati et iiii quarentenae pasturae. Silua dimidia leuca 

longitudine et totidem latitudine. Olim et modo ualet iii 

libras. — Exch, D. 106 (i); 13^. 



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398 THE DEV0N8HIBE DOMESDAY — ^EXETER. 

prati et iiii^' quadiagenarias pascuaB et ualet per aiintim iii 
libras et quando Baldttinus recepit ualebat tantnndem.— 
JExan. D. (291) 268. 

Baldwin has a manor called Hantona, which Brismar held in the 
time in which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for three virgates. Ten ploughs can plough this, and Boger 
holds it of Baldwin. There Eoger has in demesne one viigate 
and two ploughs, and the villeins have two virgates and seven 
ploughs. There Eoger has eighteen villeins, and three bordaiB, 
and nine serfs, and one swineherd, and one pack-horse, and seven- 
teen head of cattle, and fifty sheep, and wood half a leuga in 
length and as much in breadth, and sixty acres of meadow, and 
four furlongs of pasture ; and it is worth three pounds a year, and 
it was worth as much when Baldwin received it. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae aocator Lachebroc 
quam tenuit Algarus longus ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit 
uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uiiga. Hanc 
possunt arare viii^ carrucae et Bogerius earn tenet de 
Balduino. Ibi habet Bogerius in dominio i ferdinum et 
dimidium et ii carrucas et uillani habent ii ferdinos et dimi- 
dium et iii carrucas. Ibi habet Bogerius x uiUanos et vi 
bordarios et x seruos et xvii animsilia et xlv ones et xxi 
capras et xv agros nemoris et 1 agros pascuae et 1 agros prad 
et ualet per annum 1 solidos et quando Balduinus recepit 
ualebat tantundem.— -Ebow. D. (291) 268. 

Baldwin has a manor called Lachebroc, which Algar the tall 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for one virgate. Eight ploughs can plough this, and 
Boger holds it of Baldwin. There Eoger has in demesne ism 
ferling and a half and two ploughs, and the villeins have two 
ferlings and a half and three plougha There Boger has tei 
villeins, and six bordars, and ten serfs, and seventeen head c^ 
cattle, and forty-five sheep, and twenty-one goats, and fifteen acres 
of wood, and fifty acres of pasture, and fifty acres of meadow; 
and it is worth fifty shillings a year, and it was worth as much 
when Baldwin received ii 

IStaDefoirt. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Bradefort 
quam tenuit Algarus longus ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit 
uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hyda 
Hanc possunt arare vi carrucae. Ibi habet Baldmnus ir 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMBSDAT — EXCHEQUEB. 399 



Roger holds Hanitone of Baldwin. Brismar held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for three virgates of land 
There is land for ten ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and 
nine serfs, and nineteen villeins, and three bordars, with seven 
ploughs. There are sixty acres of meadow and four furlongs 
of pasture. Wood half a leuga in length and as much in 
breadth. Formerly it was, and now it is, worth three pounds. 



Rogerius tenet de Balduino Lochebroc. Algar tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. 
Terra est viii carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et x serui 
et X uillani et vi bordarii cum iii carucis. Ibi 1 acrae prati 
et 1 acrae pasturae et xv acrae siluae. Olim et modo ualet 1 
solidos. — £xcA. D, io6 (i); 13a. 



Roger holds of Baldwin Lochebroc. Algar held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. There 
is land for eight ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and ten 
serfs, and ten villeins, and six bordars, with three ploughs. There 
are fifty acres of meadow, and fifty acres of pasture, and fifteen 
acres of wood. It was worth formerly, and it is now worth, fifty 
shillings. 



VtaDefotD* 

Ipse Balduinus tenet Bradeford. Algar tenebat tempore 
regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia hida. Terra est vi 
carucis. In dominio est i caruca et vi serui et v uillani et 
ii bordarii cum ii carucis. Ibi xii acrae prati et xxx acrae 

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400 THE DBYONSHIRE DOMESDAT — EXBTES. 

.dominio et [sic] dimidiaxa uiigam et i carracam et uillani 
habent i uiigam et dimidiam et ii carrucas. Ibi habet 
Beddoinus v uillanos et ii bordarios et vi seruos et viiii 
animalia et vi porcos et 1 ones et xvi capras et Ix agios 
nemoris et xii agios piati et zxx agios pascuss et ualet pei 
annum xl solidos et quando lecepit earn ualebat xx solidos. — 
JExon. D. (291) 268. 

Baldwin has a manoi called Biadefoit, which Algai the tall held 
on the day on which king Edwaid was alive and dead, and it 
lendeied geld foi half a hide. Six ploughs can plough this. Theie 
Baldwin has in demesne and \»lc\ half a viigate and one plough, 
and the villeins have one viigate and a half and two ploughs. 
Theie Baldwin has five villeins, and two boidais, and six seifs^ and 
nine head of cattle, and six swine, and fifty sheep, and sixteen 
goats, and sixty acies of wood, and twelve acies of meadow, and 
thiity acies of pastuie ; and it is woith foity shillings a yeai, and 
it was woith when he leceived it twenty shillinga 

Balduinus habet i mansionem qusB uocatur Cachebeiga 
quam tenuit Seuuinus ea die qua Eduuaidus lex fuit uiuus 
et moituus et leddidit gildum pio i uiiga. Hanc po^unt 
aiaie v canucaB/ Baneiius earn tenet de Balduino et hiabet in 
dominio i feidinum et i canucam et uillani habent iii feidinos 
et iii canucas. Ibi habet Eaneiius vi uillanos et v boidaiios 
et i seiuum et v animalia et xxx oues et iii poicos et ii agios 
nemoris et xii agios piati et xx agios pascuae et ualet pei 
annum xxx solidos et quando lecepit ualebat xx solidos. — 
Exon. D. (2916) 268. 

Baldwin has a manoi called Cachebeiga, which Sewin held on 
the day on which king Edwaid was alive and dead, and it lemdered 
geld foi one viigate. Five ploughs can plough this. Baner holds 
it of Baldwin, and has in demesne one feiling and one plough, and 
the villeins have thiee fellings and thiee ploughs. There Ranei 
has six villeins, and five boidais, and one seif, and five head of 
cattle^ and thiity sheep, and thiee swine, and two acies of wood, 
and twelve acies of meadow, and twenty acies of pastuie ; and it 
is woith thiity shillings a yeai, and it was woith when he leoeiyed 
it twenty shillings. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur L^a qaaax 
tenuit Inwarus ea die qua rex Eduuaidus fait uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt aiar^ 



THE DEVONSHIRK DOMESDAT — ^EXOHEQUEB. 401 

pasturae et Ix acrae siluae. Olim xx solidos. Modo ualet 
xl solidos. — Exch. D. io6 (i); 13a. 



Baldwin himself holds Bradeford. Algar held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There is land for 
six ploughs. In demesne is one plough, and six serfs, and five 
villeins, and two bordars, with two ploughs. There are twelve 
acres of meadow, and thirty acres of pasture, and sixty acres of 
wood. Formerly it was worth twenty shillings. Now it is worth 
forty shillings. 



Rainerus tenet de Balduino Cacheberge. * Sauuinus 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una 
virgata terrae. Terra est v carucis. In dominio est i 
caruca cum i seruo et vi uillani et v bordarii cum iii 
carucis. Ibi xii acrae prati et xx acrae pasturae et ii acrae 
siluae. Olim xx solidos. Modo ualet xxx solidos. — 
Exch. D. 106 (i); 13a. 



Rainer holds of Baldwin Cacheberge. Sawin held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. 
There is land for fiye ploughs. In demesne is one plough with 
one serf, and six villems and five bordars, with three ploughs. 
There are twelve acres of meadow, and twenty acres of pasture, 
and two acres of wood. Formerly it was worth twenty shillings. 
Now it is worth thirty shillings. 



lege. 

Othelin tenet de Balduino Lege. Ineuuar tenebat tem- 
pore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una hida. Terra est x 
carucis. In dominio est i caruca et vi serui et xii uillani et 



402 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT — EXETER. 

X carruc^B. Et modo tenet eam Otelinus de Balduino. Inde 
habet Otelinus dimidiam uirgam et i carrucam in dominio. 
Et uillani iii uirgas et dimi(£am et ix carrucas. Ibi habet 
Otelinus xii uillanos et viii bordarios et vi seruos et vii 
animalia et i porcarium et ii porcos et xl cues et x capias et 
Ix agros nemoris et xxx agios piati et 1 agios pascuse et ualet 
iii libias et x solidos et quando lecepit totidem. — Exon. D. 
(2916) 268. 

Baldwin bas a manor called Lega, which Inwar held on the day 
on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered geld 
for one hide. This can be ploughed by ten ploughs. And now 
Otelin holds it of Baldwin. Of it Otelin has half a virgate and 
one plough in demesne, and the viUeins three yirgates and a half 
and nine ploughs. There Otelin has twelve viUeins, and eight 
bordars, and six serfs, and seven head of cattle, and on.e swineherd, 
and two swine, and forty sheep, and ten goats, and sixty acres of 
wood, and thirty acres of meadow, and fifty acres of pasture ; and 
it is worth three pounds and ten shillings, and as much when he 
received it. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatui Acha quam 
tenuit Ansgotus ea die qua Eduuaidus lex fuit uiuus et 
moituus et reddidit gildum pro iii ferdinis. Hanc possont 
aiare v canucse. Et modo tenet eam Bicaidus de Baldtdno. 
Ibi habet Bicaidus in dominio i feidinum et i carrucam et 
iiillani ii feidinos et ii carrucas. Ibi habet Bicaidus vi 
uillanos et iii boidarios et i seiuum et viii animalia et viii 
ones et viii agios nemoris et xx agios prati et Ix agros 
pascuse et reddidit per annum xl soMos et quando lecepit 
xxx solidos.— JEwTi. D. (291&) 269. 

Beddwin has a manor called Acha, which Ancfgot held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for three ferlings. Five ploughs can plough this. And now 
Bichard holds it of Baldwin. There Bichard has in demesne one 
ferling and one plough, and the vUleins two ferlings and two 
ploughs. There Bichard has six villeins, and three bordars, and 
one serf, and eight head of cattle, and eight sheep, and eight acres 
of wood, and twenty acres of meadow, and sixty acres of pasture ; 
and it rendered forty shillings a year, and when he received it 
thirty shillings. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatui Goheuuis quam 
tenuit Alnot ea die qua Eduuaidus lex fuit uiuus et moituus 



THB DETONSHIBE DOMESDAT— EXOHSQUBB. 403 

viii bordarii cum ix carucis. Ibi xxx acrae prati et 1 acrae 
pasturae et Ix acrae siluae. Olim et modo ualet Ixx solidoa 
—Exch. D. io6 (2); 13d. 



Othelin holds of Baldwin Lege. Inewar held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There is land for 
ten ploughs. In demesne is one plough, and six serfs, and twelve 
villeins, and eight bordars, with nine ploughs. There are thirty 
acres of meadow, and fifty acres of pasture, and sixty acres of 
wood. Formerly it was, and now it is, worth seventy shillings. 



Ricardus tenet de Balduino Acha. Osgot tenebat tem- 
pore r^s Eduuardi et geldabat pro lii ferlings. Terra est 
V carucis. In dominie est i caruca cum i seruo et vi uillani 
et iii bordarii cum ii carucis. Ibi xx acrae prati et Ix acrae 
pasturae et viii acrae siluae. Olim xxx solidos. Modo 
ualet xl solidos. — Exch. D. 106 (2); 13d. 



Richard holds of Baldwin Acha. Osgot held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for three ferlings. There is land 
for five ploughs. In demesne is one plough with one serf, and 
six villeins, and three bordars, with two ploughs. There are 
twenty acres of meadow, and sixty acres of pasture, and eight 
acres of wood Formerly it was worth thirty shillings. Now it 
is worth forty shillings. 



Bemardus tenet de Balduino Gohewis. Alnod tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro uno ferling. Terra 



404 THE DBVONSHIBE DOMESDAT — EXETEE. 

et reddidit gildum pro i ferdino. Hanc potest arare i camica. 
Et tenet earn Bemardus de Balduino mllaiii eioa habent 
ilium ferdinum terraa et dimidiam camicam. Ibi habet 
Bemardus ii uillanos et i bordarium et xxii animalia et xi 
oues et vii capras et ii agros nemuscuU et vi agros prati et xl 
agros pascuse et ualet per annum v solidos. — Exon. D, 
(292) 269. 

Baldwin has a manor called Gobeunis, wbich Alnot held on the 
day on whicli king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one ferling. One plough can plough this. And Bernard 
holds it of Baldwin; his villeins have that ferling of land and 
half a plough. There Bernard has two villeins^ and one bordai, 
and twenty-two head of cattle, and eleven sheep, and seven goats, 
and two acres of coppice, and six acres of meadow, and forty acres 
of pasture ; and it is worth five shillings a year. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Bradehoda 
quam tenuit Leuricus ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uiiga terrsB. Hanc possunt 
arare iiii carrucse. Et modo tenet eam Motbertua de 
Balduino. Ibi habet Motbertus i ferdinum terrae et i 
carrucam et villani iii ferdinos et i carrucam et dimidiauL 
In hac habet Motbertus iii uillanos et v bordarios et ii seruos 
et xiii animalia et xiiii porcos et 1 oues et dimidiam leugam 
nemoris in longitudine et ii quadragenarias in latitudine et 
viii agros prati et dimidiam leugam pascusB et ualet per 
annum xx solidos et quando recepit ualebat tantundem. — 
—Exon, D. (292) 269. 

Baldwin has a manor called Bradehoda, which Leuric held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for one virgate of land. Four ploughs can plough 
this. And now Motbert holds it of Baldwin. There Motbert has 
one ferling of land and one plough, and the viUeins three ferlings 
and one plough and a hal£ In this Motbert has three villeins, 
and five bordars, and two serfs, and thirteen head of cattle, and 
fourteen swine, and fifty sheep, and wood half a leuga in length 
and two furlongs in breadth, and eight acres of meadow, and half 
a leuga of pasture ; and it is worth twenty shillings a year, and it 
was worth as much when he received it. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Honechercha 
quam tenuit Aluuinus niger ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit 



THS DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT — ^EXOHEQUEB. 405 

est i caruca. Ibi ii uillani cum i bordario habent dimidiam 
carucam. Ibi vi acrse prati et ii acrs silus minutae et xv 
acrae pasturse. Valet v solidos. — Exch, D. io6 (2); 13d. 



Bernard holds of Baldwin Gohewis. Alnod held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for one ferling. There is land 
for one plough. There are two villeins with one bordar, having 
half a plough. There are six acres of meadow, and two acres of 
coppice, and fifteen acres of pasture. It is worth five shillings. 



Modbertus tenet de Balduino Bradehode. Leuric tene- 
bat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata 
terrse. Terra est iiii carucis. In dominio est i caruca et ii 
semi et iii uillani et v bordarii cum i caruca et dimidia. 
Ibi viii acrae prati et dimidia leuca pasturae. Silua dimidia 
leuca longitudine et ii quarentenae latitudine. Olim et 
modo ualet xx solidos. — Exch, D. iq6 (2); 13d. 



Modbert holds of Baldwin Bradehode. Leuric held it in 
the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. 
There is land for four ploughs. In demesne is one plough and 
two serfs, and three villeins, and five bordars, with one plough and 
a half. There are eight acres of meadow and half a leuga of 
pasture. Wood half a leuga in length and two furlongs in 
breadth. Formerly it was, and now it is, worth twenty shillings. 



Walterius tenet de Balduino Honecherde. Aluuinus 
tenebat tempore r^is Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia 



406 THE DEYONSHIBE D0ME8DAT— EXETER. 

uiaus et mortaus et reddidit gildom pro dimidia hyda. 
Hanc possunt arare v carrucse. Et nunc tenet earn Walteros 
de Baldoino. In ista habet Walterius [sic] in dominio i 
uirgam terrse et ii camicas et villani i uirgam et i canucam. 
Ibi habet Walterius iiii villanos et iiii seruos et zxx ftm'nrmlm 
et octo porcos et xlii ones et xix capras et ii agros nemusculi 
et iiii agros prati et x agros pascuse et ualet per annum xzx 
soKdos et quando recepit ualebat xv solidos. — JExofk D. 
(292) 269. 

Baldwin has a manor called Honechercha, which Alauin the 
black held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, 
and it rendered geld for half a hide. Five ploughs can plough 
this. And now Walter holds it of Baldwin. In it Walter has in 
demesne one yiigate of land and two ploughs, and the yilleins one 
viigate and one plough. There Walter has four yilleins, and four 
ser&, and thirty head of cattle, and eight swine, and forty-two 
sheep, and nineteen goats, and two acres of coppice, and four acres 
of meadow, and ten acres of pasture; and it ia worth thirty 
shillings a year, and it was worth fifteen shillings when he 
received it. 

MODeUotau 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Mildelcota 
quam tenuit Aluuoldus ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Ebnc possunt 
arare ii carrucse. Et Eannulfus tenet earn de Balduino. Et 
ibi habet Bannulfus in dominio i ferdinum et i carrucam et 
uillani ii ferdinos et i carrucam. In ista habet Bannulfus ii 
uillanos et iiii bordarios et i senium et xl one? et ualet per 
annum zx solidos et quando recepit x soKdos. — Exotl D. 
(2936) 269. 

Baldwin has a manor called Mildecota, which Alwold held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for one virgate. Two ploughs can plough this. 
And Bannulf holds it of Baldwin. And there Hannulf has in 
demesne one ferling and one plough, and the villeins two ferliags 
and one plough In it Eannulf has two villeins, and four 
bordars, and one serf, and forty sheep; and it is worth twenty 
shillings a year, and it was worth when he received it ten 
shillings. 

]Srtotane0tona« 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quaB uocatur Bristanestona 
quam tenuit Olnot ea die qua Eduuardus rex fait uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga terrae. Hanc possunt 



THE DSVONSHIRB DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 407 

hida. Terra est v carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et 
iiii serui et iiii uillani cum i caruca. Ibi iiii acrae prati et x 
acrae pasturse et ii acrae siluae minutae. Valet xxx solidos. 
—Exch, D. 1 06 (2); 13*. 



Walter holds of Baldwin Honecherde. Alwin held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There is 
land for five ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and four 
serfs, and four villeins, with one plough. There are four acres of 
meadow, and ten acres of pasture, and two acres of coppice. It 
is worth thirty shillings. 



Rannulfus tenet de Balduino Mildecote. Aluuoldus 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata 
terrae. Terra est ii carucis quae ibi sunt cum i seruo et ii 
uillanis et iiii bordariis. Olim x solidos. Mode ualet xx 
solidos. — Exch, D, 106 (2); 13*. 



Rannulf holds of Baldwin Mildecote. Alwold held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. 
There is land for two ploughs, which are there, with one serf, and 
two villeins, and four bordars. Formerly it was worth ten 
shillings. Now it is worth twenty shillings. 



Ricardus tenet de Balduino Bristanestone. Vlnod tene- 
bat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata 
terrae. Terra est iiii carucis. In dominio est i caruca et ii 



408 THB DEYONSHIBE DOMESDAT — ^EXETER. 



or 



arare iiii carrucae. Et Bicardus tenet earn de Baldoino. Ibi 
que habet Bicardus in dominio ii feidinos et i carrucam et 
dimidiam [sic] et uillani ii ferdinos et i carrucam. In ista habet 

or 

Bicardus iiii uiUanos et iii bordarios et ii seruos et xiiii 
aniTTialia et xi cues et vi quadragenarias in longitudine 
nemoris et i in latitudine et xv agros prati et x agros pascnse 
et reddit [vel ualet] per annum xx solidos et quando recepit 
ualebat xii solidos et dimidiam. — Exon, D. (2935) 270. 

Baldwin has a manor called Bristanestona, which Olnot held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate of land. Four ploughs can plough this. And 
Bichard holds it of Baldwin. And there Bichwi has in demesne 
two ferlings and one plough and a half, and the villeins two 
ferlings and one plough. In it Bichard has four villeins, and 
thiee bordars, and two serfs, and fourteen head of cattle^ and 
eleven sheep, and of wood six furlongs in length and one in 
breadth, and fifteen acres of meadow, and ten acres of pastore; 
and it returns [or ia v)ortK\ twenty shillings a year, and it was 
worth when he received it twelve shillings and sixpence. 



Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Mildelcota 
quam tenuit Aluuodus ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia uirga. Hanc 
possunt arare ii carrucae. Et Bicardus eam tenet de Balduina 
Ibi habet Bicardus in dominio i ferdinum et i carrucam et 
uillani i ferdinum et dimidiam carrucam. In hac habet 
Bicardus ii uillanos et i bordarium et i seruum et vi animalia 
et iiii quadragencuias nemoris in longitudine et i in latitudine 
et X agros prati et xv agros pascuae et ualet per annum xx 
solidos et quando recepit x solidos. — Exon. D. (2925) 270. 

• 

Baldwin holds a manor called Mildecota, which Alwod held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a virgate. Two ploughs can plough this. And 
Bichard holds it of Baldwin, lliere Bichard has in demesne one 
ferling and one plough, and the villeins one ferling and half a 
plough. In this Bichard has two villeins, and one bordar, and one 
serf, and six head of cattle, and four furlongs of wood in length 
and one in breadth, and ten acres of meadow, and fifteen acres of 
pasture; and it is worth twenty shillings a year, and when he 
received it ten shillings. 



THB DBVONSHIBB D0HE8DAT — SXGHBQUEB. 409 

serui et iiii uillani et iii bordarii cum i caruca. Ibi xv 
acrae prati et x acrae pasturae. Silua vi quarentenae longi- 
tudine et una quarentena latitudine. Olim xii solidos et vi 
denarios. Valet modo xx solidos. — Exch, D. io6 (2); 13^. 



Richard holds of Baldwin Bristanestone. Vlnod held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. 
There is land for four ploughs. In demesne is one plough and 
two serfs, and four villeins, and three bordars, with one plough. 
There are fifteen acres of meadow and ten acres of pasture. 
Wood six furlongs in length and one furlong in breadth. For- 
merly it was worth twelve shillings and sixpence. Now it is 
worth twenty shillings. 



Ricardus tenet de Balduino Mildelcote. Aluuoldus tene- 
bat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia virgata 
terras. Terra est ii carucis. Ibi sunt ii uillani cum i 
bordario et i seruo habentes i carucam et dimidiam. Ibi x 
acrae prati et xv acrae pasturae. Silua iiii quarentenae 
longitudine et una quarentena latitudine. Olim x solidos. 
Modo ualet xx solidos. — Exch, D, 106 (2); 13d. 



Richard holds of Baldwin Mildelcote. Alwold held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a virgate of land. 
There is land for two ploughs. There are two villeins, with one 
bordar, and one serf, having one plough and a half. There are 
ten acres of meadow and fifteen acres of pasture. Wood four 
furlongs in length and one furlong in breadth. Formerly it was 
worth ten shillings. Now it is worth twenty shillings. 



410 THB DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXETER. 

Baldoinus habet i mansionem quse uocatur Essemimde' 
horda quam tenuit Brismarus eo die quo Edauardus rex fait 
uiuus et mortuos et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hyda terrse. 
Hanc possunt arare v carrucse. Et Gislebertus earn tenet de 
Balduino. In hac habet Gislebertus in dominio ii ferdinos et 
i carrucam et uillani i uirgam et ii ferdinos et iii carracas. 
Ibi habet Gislebertus vi uillanos et iiii bordarios et iiii seruos 
et i equam silvestrsB et xxv animalia et c ones et Ix agros 
prati et i leugam pascuae in longitudine et dimidiam in lati- 
tudine et ualet per annum xxx solidos et quando recepit x 
solidos.— -Eww. B. (293) 270. 

Baldwin has a manor called Essemundehoida, which Bnsmar 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for half a hide of land. Fiye ploughs can plough 
thiB. And Gislebert holds it of Baldwin. In this Gialebert has in 
demesne two ferlings and one plough, and the yilleins one viigate 
and two ferlings and three ploughs. There Gislebert has Ax 
villeins, and four bordars, and four serfs, and one brood mare, and 
twenty-five head of cattle, and one hundred sheep, and sixty acres 
of meadow, and of pasture one leuga in length and half a leuga in 
breadth ; and it is worth thirty shillings a year, and it was worth 
when he received it ten shillinga 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Hemescoma 
quam tenuit Goduinus ea die qua Eduuardus rex fait uiuos 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hyda. Hanc 
possunt arare x carrucae. Et Sobertus tenet eam de 
Balduino. Ibi habet Bobertus in dominio ii ferdinos et i 
carrucam et uiQani ii ferdinos et dimidium. In ista habet 
Bobertus iii uillanos et i seruum et v porcos et xxviii ones et 
X capras et c agros nemoris et x [sic] prati et i leugam pascuae 
et ualet per annum xx solidos et quando recepit ualebat xl 
soUdos.— ^iwm. D. (293) 270. 

Baldwin has a manor called Hemescoma, which Godwin held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide. Ten plooghs can plough this. And Eobert 
holds it of Baldwin. There Eobert has in demesne two ferlings 
and one plough, and the villeins two ferlings and a half. In it 
Eobert has three villeins, and one serf, and five swine, and twenty- 
eight sheep, and ten goats, and one hundred acres of wood, and 



THE DEVONSHIBE DOMBSOAT— EXCHEQUER. 411 

Gislebertus tenet de Balduino Essemvndehord. Brismar 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia 
hida. Terra est v carucis. In dominio est i caruca et iiii 
serui et vi uillani et iiii bordarii cum iii carucis. Ibi Ix 
acrae prati. Pastura i leuca longitudine et dimidia leuca 
latitudine. Olim x solidos. Modo xxx solidos. — Exch D. 
io6 (2); 13^. 



Gislebert holds of Baldwin Essemvndehord. Brismar held it 
in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. 
There is«land for five ploughs. In demesne is one plough, and 
four serfs, and six villeins, and four bordars, with three ploughs. 
There are sixty acres of meadow.* Pasture one leuga in length 
aad half a leuga in breadth. Formerly it was worth ten shillings. 
Now it is worth thirty shillings. 



Robertas tenet de Balduino Hernescome. Goduinus 
tenebat tempore r^s Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia 
hida. Terra est x carucis. In dominio est i caruca cum i 
seruo et iii villanis. Ibi x acrae prati et c acrse siluae et 
una leuca pasturae. Olim xl solidos. Modo ualet xx 
solidos. — Exch. D. 106 (2); 13d. 



Robert holds of Baldwin Hernescome. Godwin held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There is 
land for ten ploughs. In demesne is one plough, with one serf 
and three villeins. There are ten acres of meadow, and one 
hundred acres of wood, and one leuga of pasture. Formerly it 
was worth forty shillings. Nt)w it is worth twenty shillings. 



412 THB DEVONSHIRB DOMBSDAT — EXETEB. 

ten of meadow, and one lenga of pasture ; and it Ib worth twenty 
shillings a year, and it was worth when he received it forty 
shillings. 

Baldninus habet i mansionem quse nuncapatnr Percheham 
quam tenuit Algarus ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et redcUdit gildum pro ii hydis. Hanc possunt arare 
X carrucae. Et Bicardus earn tenet de Balduino. Hie habet 
Eicardus in dominio i uirgam terrss et ii carrucas. Et uillani 
vii uirgas et v carrucas. In ista habet Riccurdus viiii uillanos 
et iii bordarios et iiii seruos et iiii animalia et v porcos et Ix 
oues et dimidiam leugam nemoris et x agros prati et iii quad- 
ragenarias pascuse in longitudine et i in latitudine et nalet 
per annum xl solidos et quando recepit ualet xxx solidos. 

Huic predicts^ mansioni qu8B uocatur Percheham adjacebat 
Setleberga quam tenuit Brismerus die qua rex E<}uuardus 
fuit uiuus et mortuus qu8e reddidit gildum pro i uii^ — 
Uxon. D. (293) 270.* 

Baldwin has a m&nor named Percheham, which Algar held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for two hides. Ten ploughs can plough this. And Richard 
holds it of Baldwin. Hero Richard has in demesne one viigate of 
land and two ploughs, and the villeins have seven virgates and five 
ploughs. In it Richard has nine villeins, and three bordais, and 
four serfs, and four head of cattle, and five swine, and sixty sheep, 
and half a leuga of wood, and ten acres of meadow, and three 
furlongs of pasture in length and one in breadth ; and it is worth 
forty shillings a year, and it was worth when he received it thirty 
shillings. 

To this aforesaid manor called Percheham was added Setlebeiga, 
which Brismer held on the day on which king Edward was alive 
and dead, which rendered geld for one virgate. 

STorftttona. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Torintona 
quam tenuit Etmarus ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida et i uirga. Hanc 
possunt arare octo carrucae. Et Ricardus tenet earn de 
Balduino. Ibi habet Ricardus in dominio i uiigam et ii 
carrucas et uillani iii uirgas et v carrucaa Ibi habet 
Ricardus vi uillanos et v bordarios et v seruos et xvi ani- 
malia et 1 oues et xv capras et dimidiam leagam [sic] nemoiis 

* This last entiy is written in the margin. 



THE DBYONSHIBE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 413 



Ricardus tenet de Balduino Percheham. Algar tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro ii hidis. Terra est 
X carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et iiii serui et ix 
uillani, et iii bordarii cum v carucis. Ibi x acrae prati. 
Pastura iii quarentenae longitudine et una quarentena lati- 
tudine et dimidia leuca siluae. Olim xxx solidos. Modo 
ualet xl solidos. 

Huic manerio adjacebat tempore regis Edwardi Sete- 
berge. Brfsmar tenebat et geldabat pro una virgata terrse. 
— EzcA. D. 1 06 (2); 13d. 



Richard held of Baldwin Percheham. Algar held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for two hides. There is 
land for ten ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and four 
serfs, and nine villeins, and three bordars, with five ploughs. 
There are ten acres of meadow. Pasture three fiirlongs in 
length and one furlong in breadth, and half a leuga of wood. 
Formerly it was worth thirty shillings. Now it is worth forty 
shillings. 

To this manor was joined in the time of king Edward Sete- 
berge. Brismar held it, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. 



STortntone. 

Ricardus tenet de Balduino Torintone. Edmafus tene- 
bat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una hida et una 
virgata terrae. Terra est viii carucis. In dominio sunt ii 
carucae et v serui et vi uillani et v bordarii cum v carucis. 
Ibi viii acrae prati et una leuca pasturae et dimidia leuca 
siluae. Olim xx solidos. Modo ualet xl solidos. — Exch. D. 
106 (2); lib. 



2 E 



414 THB DEYOKBHIRI DOMESDAY— EXSTER. 

 

et octo agros prati et i leugam pascuae et ualet per annum 3d 
solidos et quando recepit ualebat xx solidos. — Exon» D, 
(293J) 270. 

Baldwin has a manor called Tormtona, which Etmar held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one hide and one virgate. Eight ploughs can plough this. 
And Eichard holds it of Baldwin. There Eichard has in demesne 
one virgate and two ploughs, and the villeins three virgates and 
five plough& There Eichard has six villeins, and five boidais, 
and five serfs, and sixteen head of cattle, and fifty sheep, and 
fifteen goats, and half a leuga of wood, and eight acres of meadow, 
and one leuga of pasture ; and it is worth forty shillings a year, 
and it was worth when he received it twenty shillings^ 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quse uocatur Hantona quam 
tenuit Eduinus ea die qua Eduuardus rex fait uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hyda et dimidia 
uirga et i ferdino. Hanc possunt arare v carmcae. % 
Eadulfus de Brueria eam tenet de Balduino. Ibi habet 
Badulfus in dominie i uirgam et i carrucam et mllani i 
uirgam et iii ferdinos et iii carmcas. In ista habet Badulfds 
V ^llanos et iiii bordarios et i seruum et octo animalia et 
xiii porcos et xx oues et ii agros nemusculi et x [sic] prati 
et XXX pascuse et ualet per annum xx solidos et quando 
recepit x.—JExon. D. (293J) 271. 

Baldwin has a manor called Hantona, which Eduin held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide and half a virgate and one ferling. Five 
ploughs can plough this. And Eadulf de Brueria hcdds it of 
Baldwin. There Eadulf has in demesne one virgate and one 
plough, and the villeins one virgate and three ferlings and three 
ploughs. In it Eadulf has five villeins, and four bordars, and one 
serf, and eight head of cattle, and thirteen swine, and twenty 
sheep, and two acres of coppice, and ten of meadow, and tliirty 
of pasture ; and it is worth twenty shillings a year, and when he 
received it ten [ahUlings]. 

yorrfga* 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Porriga qnam 
tenuit Olfus ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus et mortuus 
et reddit [sic] gildum pro ii uirgis dimidium ferdinum minua 
Hanc possunt arare vii carrucae. Et Alberidus tenet earn de 
Balduino. Ibi habet Alberidus in dominio iii ferdinos et ii 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT — EXCHEQUEB. 415 



Richard holds of Baldwin Torintone. Edmar held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide and one 
virgate of land. There is land for eight ploughs. In demesne 
are two ploughs, and five serfs, and six villeins, and five.bordars, 
with five ploughs. There are eight acres of meadow, and one 
leuga of pasture, and half a leuga of wood. Formerly it was 
worth twenty shillings. Now it is worth forty shillings. 



il^atitone. 

Radulfus tenet de Balduino Hantone. Eduinus tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia hida et 
dimidia virgata terrae et uno ferling. Terra est v carucis. 
In dominio est i caruca cum i seruo et v uillani et iiii 
bordarii cum iii carucis. Ibi x acrae prati et xxx acrae 
pasturae et ii acrae siluae minutae. Olim x solidos. Mode 
ualet XX solidos. — Exch, D, io6 (2); 13^. 



Radulfiis holds of Baldwin Hantone. Eduin held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide and half a 
virgate of land and one ferling. There is land for five ploughs. 
In demesne is one plough with one serf, and five villeins, and four 
bordars, with three ploughs. There are ten acres of meadow, 
and thirty acres of pasture, and two acres of qoppice. 
Formerly it was worth ten shillings. Now it is worth twenty 
shillings. 



Alberi tenet de Balduino Porrige. Vlf tenebat tempore 

regis Eduuardi' et geldabat pro ii virgatis terrae dimidium 

ferling minus. Terra est vii carucis. In dominio sunt ii 

canicae et iii serui et vi uillani et v bordarii cum ii bordariis 

[jiV; f for carucis]. Ibi iii acrae prati et iiii quarentenas 

2 E 2 



416 THE DEVONSHIBE DOMESDAY — EXSIER. 

carmcas et uillani dimidium ferdinum et i niigam et ii 
carracas. Ibi habet Alberidos vi cdllanos et v boidaiios et 
iii seraos et i quadriga et v animalia et ix porcos et xxx ones 
et xv capras et v quadragenarias nemoris in longitudine et ii 
in latitudine et iii agros prati et iiii quadragenarias pascnse 
et ualet per annum xl soUdos et quando recepit similiter. — 
Ex(m. D. (293i) 271. 

Baldwin has a manor called Porriga, which Olf held on the day 
on which king Edward was alive and dead, and il rendered gdd 
for two viigates less half a ferling. Seven ploughs can plough 
this. And Alberid holds it of Baldwin. There Alberid has lq 
demesne three ferlings and two ploughs, and the villeins half a 
ferHng and one virgate and two ploughs. There Alberid has six 
villeins, and five bordars, and three serfs, and one team, and five 
head of cattle, and nine swine, and thirty sheep, and fifteen goats, 
and five furlongs of wood in length and two in breadth, and three 
acres of meadow, and four furlongs of pasture; and it is worUi 
forty shillings a year, and the like when he received it 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quse uocatur Estochelia 
quam tenuit Coluinus ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt 
arare iii camicae. Et modo tenet earn Alberidus de Baldnina 
Ibi habet Alberidus in dominie dimidiam uirgam et i 
carrucam et uillani dimidiam uirgam et dimidiam carmcanL 
In hac habet Alberidus iii uillanos et iii bordarios et i 
seruum et i animal et v porcos et xx oues et ii agros nemoris 
et ix agros prati et pascuse communis satis ibi habet et ualet 
per annum xv solidoa — Exon. D. (294) 271, 

Baldwin has a manor caUed Estochelia, which Coluin held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate. Three ploughs can plough thia And now 
Alberid holds it of Baldwin. There Alberid has in demesne half 
a virgate and one plough, and the villeins half a virgate and half a 
plough. In this Alberid has three villeins, and three bordaxs, and 
one serf, and one head of cattle, and five swine, and twenty sheep, 
and two acres of wood, and nine acres of meadow, and has tiiere 
sufficient common pasture ; and it is worth fifteen shillings a year. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quse uocatur Oladona qtiain 
tenuit Seuuinus ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit aiuos et 



THE DEVONSHIBB DOMESDAY— EXOHISQUER. 417 

pasturae. Silua v quarentenae longitudine et ii quarentenae 
latitudine. Olim et modo ualet xl solidos. — Exck. D, io6 

(2); izb. 



Alberi holds of Baldwin Porrige. Vlf held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for two virgates of land less half a 
ferling. There is land for seven ploughs. In demesne are two 
ploughs, and three serfs, and six villeins, and five bordars, with 
two bordars \? ploughs]. There are three acres of meadow and 
four furlongs of pasture. Wood five furlongs in length and two 
furlongs in breadth. It was worth formerly, and it is now, forty 
shillings. 



Alberic tenet de Baldulno Stochelie. Coluin tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. 
Terra est iii carucis. In dominio est i caruca cum i seruo 
et iii uillani et iii bordarii cum dimidia caruca. Ibi ix 
acme prati et ii acrae siluae minutae et pastura communis 
sufficiens. Valet xv solidos. — Exch, D, io6 (2); 13^. 



Alberic holds of Baldwin Stochelie. Coluin held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. There 
is land for three ploughs. In demesne is one plough with one 
serf, and three villeins and three bordars, with half a plough. 
There are nine acres of meadow, and two acres of coppice, 
and sufficient common pasture. It is worth fifteen shillings. 



Albert tenet de Baldulno Oladone. Seuuinus tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. 



418 THS DEVONSHIBE DOMESDAT— EXETER. 

mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uiiga. Hanc potest oraie i 
carruca et dimidia. Et nunc tenet Alberidus de Balduino. 
Ibi habet Alberidus i uillanum et ii bordarios et i semum et 
ix agros prati et ualet per annum v solidos. — Exatk D. 
(294) 271. 

Baldwin has a manor called Oladona, whicli Sewin held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate. One plough and a half can plough this. 
And now Alberid holds this of Baldwin. There wMberid has one 
villein, and two boidars, and one ser^ and nine acres of meadow ; 
and it is worth five shillings a year. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem qu8B uocatur Meda quam 
tenuit Alnot ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus et mortuus 
et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hyda. Hanc possunt araie 
iiii carrucae. Et Bemardus tenet eam de Balduino. Ibi 
habet Bemardus in dominio i uirgam et i carrucam et uillani 
i uirgam et i carrucam. In ista habet Bemardus ii uillanos 
et ui bordarios et xiii animalia et xii porcos et xxii ones et 
xviii capras et ii quadragenarias nemusculi et iiii agros prati 
et pascuam communem et ualet per annum xx solidos et 
quando recepit x solidos. — Exon, D. (294) 271. 

Baldwin has a manor called Meda, which Alnot held on the day 
on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered geld 
for half a hide. Four ploughs can plough this. And Berniaid 
holds it of Baldwin. There Bernard has in demesne one viigate 
and one plough, and the villeins one viigate and one plough. In 
it Bernard has two villeins, and three bordars, and thirteen head of 
cattle, and twelve swine, and twenty-two sheep, and eighteen 
goats, and two furlongs of coppice, and four acres of meadow, and 
common pastare ; and it is worth twenty shillings a year, and it 
was worth when he received it ten shillings. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Lanchers quam 
tenuit Alueua ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuos et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare 
iii carmcae. Et Bobertus tenet eam de Balduino. Ibi habet 
Bobertus in dominio dimidiam uirgam et i carmcam et 
uillani dimidiam uirgam et dimidiam carmcam. In ista 
habet Bobertus iii uillanos et ii semos et v animalia et iii 



THE DSVONSHIBX DOMESDAY — ^BXOHEQUEB. 419 

Terra est i carucac et' dimidiae. Ibi est unus uillanus et ii 
bordarii cum i seruo et ix acrae pratL Valet v solidos. — 
ExcL D. io6 (2); 13^, 



Alberi holds of Baldwin Oladone. Seuuin held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. There 
is land for one plough and a half. There is one villein, and two 
bordars, with one serf, and nine acres of meadow. It is worth 
five shillings. 



Bemardus tenet de Balduino Meda. Alnod tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia hida. 
Terra est iiii carucis. In dominie est i caruca et ii uillani 
et iij bordarii cum i caruca. Ibi iiii acrae prati et ii quaren- 
tenae siluae minutae et pastura communis. Olim x solidos. 
Modo valet xx solidos. — Exck D. 106 (3); 14^. 



Bernard holds of Baldwin Meda. Alnod held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There is land for 
four ploughs. In demesne is one plough, and two villeins, and 
three bordars, with one plough. There are four acres of meadow, 
and two furlongs of coppice, and common pasture. Formerly it 
was worth ten shillings. Now it is worth twenty shillings. 



Robertus tenet de Balduino Lanchers. Alueua tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. 
Terra est iii carucis. In dominio est i caruca et ii serui et 
ill uillani cum dimidia caruca. Ibi iii acra^ prati et xx 
acrae pasturae et xx acrae siluae. Olim xxx solidos. 
Modo ualet xx solidos. — Exch, D. 106 (3); 14a. 



420 THE DEVONSHIBX DOMESDAY — ^EXBTEB. 

porcos et Ixx oues et xxx capias et xx agros nemoris et iii 
prati et xx pascuse et ualet per annum xx solidos et qnando 
lecepit XXX solidos. — Exon. D. (294) 271. 

Baldwin has a manor called Lancheis, which Alueua held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate. Three ploughs can plough thi& And 
Robert holds it of Baldwin. There Robert has in demesne half a 
virgate and one plough, and the villeins half a virgate and half a 
plough. In it Robert has three villeins, and two serfs, and five 
head of cattle, and three swine, and seventy sheep, and thirty 
goats, and twenty acres of wood, and three of meadow, and twenty 
of pasture; and it is worth twenty shillings a year, and it was 
worth when he received it thirty shillings. 

Balduinus babet i mansionem quae uocatur Oluelia qnam 
tenuit Alsius ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus'et mortuus 
et reddidit gildum pro i uirga et banc possunt arare iiii* 
carrucsB. Et Coluinus tenet earn de Balduino. Ibi babet 
Coluinus in dominio i ferdinum et i carrucam et uillani 
babent iii ferdinos et iii carrucas. In bac babet Coluinus iii 
uillanos et iii bordarios et i senium et v agros nemuscuU et i 
prati et ualet per annum xv solidos et quando recepit ualebat 
X solidos.— ^axm. D, (2946) 272. 

Baldwin has a manor called Oluelia, which Alsi held on the day 
on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered geld 
for one virgate. And four ploughs can plough this. And Colvin 
holds it of Baldwin. There Colvin has in demesne one ferling 
and one plough, and the villeins have three ferlings and three 
ploughs. In this Colvin has three vOleins, and three bordars, and 
one serf, and five acres of coppice, and one of meadow ; and it is 
worth fifteen shillings a year, and it was worth when he received 
it ten shillinga 

Balduinus babet i mansionem quae uocatur Uelescaua 
quam tenuit Hedricus ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possant 
arare viii carrucae. Ibi babet Guilelmus in dominio qui 
tenet eam de Balduino dimidiam uirgam et i carrucam. £t 
uillani dimidiam uirgam et ii carrucas. In ista habet 
GuUelmus iiii^' uillanos et iiii^*^ bordarios et iii agros nemoris 
et ii agros prati et vi pascuae et ualet per annum xl solidos et 
quando recepit ualebat xxx solidos. — Exon, D. (2946) 272. 



THB DBYONSHIRE DOMESDAT — EXCHBQUEB. 421 



Robert holds of Baldwin Lanchers. Alueua held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. 
There is land for three ploughs. In demesne there is one plough, 
and two serfs, and three villeins, with half a plough. There are 
three acres of meadow, and twenty acres of pasture, and twenty 
acres of wood. Formerly it was worth thirty shillings. Now it 
is worth twenty shillings. 



Flbelie. 

Coluin tenet de Balduuino Vlvelie. Alsi tenebat tem- 
pore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. 
Terra est iiii carucis quae ibi sunt cum i seruo et iii uillanis 
et iii bordariis. Ibi i acra prati et v acrae siluae minutae. 
dim X solidos. Modo ualet xx solidos. — Exch. D. io6 

(3); I4«. 



Colvin holds of Baldwin Vlvelie. Alsi held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. There is 
land for four ploughs, which are there, with one serf, and three 
villeins, and three bordars. There is one acre of meadow and 
five acres of coppice. Formerly it was worth ten shillings. Now 
it is worth twen^ shillings. 



Willelmus tenet de Balduino Helescane. Edric tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. 
Terra est viii carucis. In dominio est i caruca et iiii 
uillani et iiii bordarii cum iii carucis. Ibi ii acrae prati et v 
acrae siluae minutae. Olim xxx solidos. Modo ualet xl 
solidos. — Exck, D. io6 (3); 14a, 



422 THE DEVONSHIRB DOMESDAY — ^EXETER. 

Baldwin has a manor called Helescaua^ which Hediic held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendeied 
geld for one virgate. Eight ploughs can plough thia There 
William, who holds it of Baldwin, has in demesne half a virgate 
and one plough ; and the villeins half a virgate and two ploughs. 
In it William has four villeins, and four bordars, and three acres of 
wood, and two acres of meadow, and six of pasture ; and it iB 
worth forty shillings a year, and it was worth when he received it 
thirty shillings. 

Calttelefau 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quag uocatur Calneleia 
quam tenuit Seduuardus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit 
uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro iii hidis. Has 
possunt arare xxx camicse. Inde habet Bauduinus in 
dominio i hidam et vi camicas et uillani ii hidas et x 
carrucas. Ibi habet Bauduinus xxx uillanos et vi bordarios 
et xii seruos et iii porcarios et reddunt per annum xv porcos 
et XX animalia et x porcos et cc ones et xx agros nemoris et 
X agros prati et i leugam pascusB in longitudme et dimidiam 
leugam in latitudine et u^et per annum xii libras et quando 
Bauduinus eam recepit ualebat x libras. — Eocon. D. (2946) 272. 

Baldwin has a manor called Calueleia, which Sedward held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for three hides. Thirty ploughs can plough these. 
Thence Baldwin has in demesne one hide and six ploughs, and the 
villeins two hides and ten ploughs. There Baldwin has thiitj 
villeins, and six bordars, and twelve serfs, and three swineherds 
who return fifteen swine a year, and twenty head of cattle, and 
ten swine, and two hundred sheep, and twenty acres of wood, and 
ten acres of meadow, and one leuga of pasture in length and half 
a leuga in breadth ; and it is worth twelve pounds a year, and it 
was worth when Baldwin received it ten pounds. 

jBueltomu 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem qu8B uocatur Daeltona 
quam tenuit Olfus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fait uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt arare 
xviii carrucse. Hanc dedit Bauduinus Willelmo filio 
Wimundi cum filia sua in matrimonio. Inde habet Will- 
elmus in dominio i uirgam et vi carrucas et uillani iii uii^ 
et xii carrucas. Ibi habet Willelmus xix uillanos et ix 
bordarios et ii porcarios et qui reddunt per annum x porco? 
et vii seruos et xxx animalia et viii porcos et Ixxxii ones A 
XXV capras et cl agros nemoris et x agros prati et 1 agros 



THB DEVONSHIBI DOHESDAY— SXCHEQX7EB. 423 

William holds of Baldwin Helescane. Edric held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. 
There is land for eight ploughs. In demesne is one plough, and 
four villeins, and four bordars, with three ploughs. There are 
two acres of meadow, and five acres of coppice. Formerly it 
was worth thirty shillings. Now it is worth forty shillings. 



CaltoeUe. 

Ipse Balduinus tenet Calvelie. Siuuardus tenebat tem- 
pore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro iii hidis. Terra est 
XXX carucis. In dominio sunt vi carucae et xii serui et 
XXX uillani et vi bordarii cum x carucis. Ibi x acrae prati 
et XX acrse siluae. Pastura i leuca longitudine et dimidia 
leuca latitudine. Olim x libras. Mode ualet xii libras. — 
Exch. D. io6 (3) ; 14a:. 



Baldwin himself holds Calvelie. Siward held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for three hides. There is land for 
thirty ploughs. In demesne are six ploughs, and twelve serfs, 
and thirty villeins, and six bordars, with ten ploughs. There are 
ten acres of meadow, and twenty acres of wood. Pasture one 
leuga in length and half a leuga in breadth. Formerly it was 
worth ten pounds. Now it is worth twelve pounds. 



<^bettone. 

Willelmus tenet de Balduino Oveltone. Vlf tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro 1 hida. Terra est 
xviii carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et xix uillani et 
ix bordarii et ii porcarii cum xii carucis. Ibi x acrae prati 
et 1 acrae pasturae et cl acrae siluae. Olim et modo ualet 
viii libras. — Exch. D, 106 (3); 14a. 



424 THE DEVONSHIBE DOMESDAT— EXETER. 

pascuse et ualet per annum viii libras et tantondem ualebat 
quando Bauduinus earn recepit — Ihcon. B. (295) 272. 

Baldwin has a manoi called Dueltonay which Olf held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one hida Eighteen ploughs can plough this. Baldwin 
gave this to William, son of Wimund, with his daughter in 
marriage. Thence William has in demesne one yirgate and wl 
ploughs, and the villeins three virgates and twelve plotighs. 
There William has nineteen villeins, and nine bordars, and two 
awineherds who return ten swine a year, and seven serfe, u>d 
thirty head of cattle, and eight swine, and eighty-two sheep, and 
twenty-five goats, and one hundred and fifty acres of wood, and 
ten acres of meadow, and fifty acres of pasture j and it is worth 
eight pounds a year, and it was worth as much when Baldwin 
received it 

limet 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur limet quam 
tenuit AUricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt 
arare vi camicse. Hanc tenet Walterus de Bauduino et ibi 
habet Walterus in dominio dimidiam uiigam et i carrucam 
et uillani i uiigam et ii ferdinos et iii carrucas. Ibi habet 
Walterus iiii uillanos et v bordarios et ii seruos et ii por- 
carios qui reddunt x porcos et v animalia et xx oues et i 
molendmum qui reddit per annum xx denarios et v agros 
nemoris et iiii agros prati et iii agros pascusa et ualet per 
annum xxx solidos et quando Bauduinus earn recepit ualebat 
xx.—I!xon. D. (295) 272. 

Baldwin has a manor called Limet, which Ailric held on the day 
on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered geld 
for half a hide. Six ploughs can plough this. Walter holds this 
of Baldwin. And there Walter has in demesne half a virgate and 
one plough, and the villeins one virgate and two ferlings and three 
ploughs. There Walter has four villeins, and five bordars, and 
two serfs, and two swineherds who return ten swine, and five head 
of cattle, and twenty sheep, and one mill which returns twenty- 
pence a year, and five acres of wood, and four acres of meadow, 
and three acres of pasture ; and it is worth thirty shillings a year, 
and it was worth when Baldwin received it twenty shillings. 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur liega quam 
tenuit Ailricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 



THE DBV0N8HIRE dOmESDAY — EXCHEQUEB. 425 



William holds of Baldwin Oveltone. Ulf held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There is land for 
eighteen ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and nineteen 
villeins, and nine bordars, and two swineherds, with twelve 
ploughs. There are ten acres of meadow, and fifty acres of 
pasture, and a hundred and fifty acres of wood. Formerly it 
was, and it now is, worth eight pounds. 



Eimet 

Walterus tenet de Balduino Limet. Ailric tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia hida. 
Terra est vi carucis. In donninio est i caruca et ii serui et 
iiii uillani et v bordarii cum iii carucis. Ibi iiii acrae prati 
et iii acrae pasture et v acrai siluae. Olim xx solidos. 
Mode ualet xxx solidos, — Exch. D, io6 (3); 14^. 



Walter holds of Baldwin Limet Ailric held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There is land for 
six ploughs. In demesne is one plough, and two serfs, and four 
villeins, and five bordars, with three ploughs. There are four 
acres of meadow, and three acres of pasture, and five acres of 
wood. Formerly it was worth twenty shillings. Now it is worth 
thirty shillings. 



Walterus tenet de Balduino Liege. Ailric tenebat tem- 
pore regi? Eduuardi et geldabat pro iii virgatis terrae. Terra 



426 THE DEVONSHIRE D(ft[ESDAT — EXETEB. 

mortatis et reddidit gildum pro iii uirgis. Has possnnt aiare 
vi carmcae. Hanc tenet Walterus de Bauduino. Inde habet 
Walterus in dominio i uirgam et ii carrucas et uillani ii 
uirgas et iiii carrucas. Ibi habet Walterus v uillanos et t 
bordaiios et iii seruos et ii porcarios qui reddunt xv porcos 
et iiii animalia et zxvii ones et iii agros nemoris et v agros 
prati et v agros pascuae et ualet per annum xl solido8 et 
quando Bauduinus earn recepit xxx solidos. — Eaoon, D. 
(295) 272. 

Baldwin has a manor called Liega, which Ailric held on the day 
on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered geld 
for three virgates. Six ploughs can plough this. Walter holds 
this of Baldwin. Thence Walter has in demesne one viigate and 
two ploughs, and the villeins two virgates and four ploughs. 
There W^dter has five villeins, and five bordars, and thiee snft, 
and two swineherds who return fifteen swine, and four head of 
cattle, and twenty-seven sheep, and three acres of wood, and five 
acres of meadow, and five acres of pasture ; and it is worth forty 
shillings a year, and when Baldwin received it thirty shillings^ 



Beta* 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Bera quam 
tenuit Ailnodus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga et dimidio ferdino. 
Hanc possunt arare iiii carrucae. Hanc tenet Walterus de 
Bauduino. Inde habet Walterus in dominio dimidiom 
ferdinum et i carrucam et uillani i uirgam et ii carrucas. 
Ibi habet Walterus iii uillanos et iii bordarios et i seruum et 
X animalia et xxvi ones et xxvii capras et iiii agros nemoris 
et iiii agros prati et x agros pascuae et ualet per annum xx 
solidos et quando Bauduinus recepit ualebat x aolidoa— 
Exon. J9. (295) 272. 

Baldwin has a manor called Bera, which Ailnod held on the day 
on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered gald 
for one viigate and half a ferling. Four ploughs can plough this. 
Walter holds this of Baldwin. Thence Walter has in demesne 
half a ferling and one plough, and the villeins one viigate and two 
ploughs. There Walter has three viUeins, and three bordars, and 
one serf, and ten head of cattle, and twentynsix sheep, and twenty- 
seven goats, and four acres of wood, and four acres of meadow, 
and ten acres of pasture ; and it is worth twenty shillings a year, 
and it was worth ten shillings when Baldwin received it 



THS DIT0N8HIBS IJbMESDAT— -EXCHEQX7EB. 427 

est vi carucis quae ibi sunt et iii serui et v uillani et v 
bordarii et v acrae prati et v acrae pasturae et iii acrae 
siluae. Olim xxx solidos. Modo ualet xl solidos. — 
ExcIl D. io6 (3); 14a. 



Walter holds of Baldwin Liege. Ailric held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for three virgates of land. There 
is land for six ploughs, which are there, and three serfs, and five 
villeins, and five bordars, and five acres of meadow, and five 
acres of pasture, and three acres of wood. Formerly it was 
worth thirty shillings. Now it is worth forty shillings. 



Seta. 

Walterus tenet de Balduino Bera. Atnod tenebat tem- 
pore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae et 
dimidio ferling. Terra est iiii carucis. In dominie est i 
caruca cum i seruo et iii uillani et iii bordarii cum ii 
carucis. Ibi iiii acrae prati et x acrae pasturae et iiii acrae 
siiuae. Olim x solidos. Modo ualet xx solidos. — Bxch. D, 
106(3); 14^2:. 



Walter holds of Baldwin Bera. Alnod held it in the time of 
king £dward, and it paid geld for one virgate and half a ferling 
of land. There is land for four ploughs. In demesne is one 
plough, with one serf, and three vUleins, and three bordars, with 
two ploughs. There are four acres of meadow, and ten acres of 
pastiure, and four acres of wood. Formerly it was worth ten 
shillings. Now it is worth twenty shillings. 



428 THE DEYOKSHIBB D0MI8DAT — EXETER. 



Bauduinos habet i mansionetn quae uocatar limet qoam 
tenait Walo ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortans 
et reddidit gildum pro iii uirgLS. Has possunt arare vi 
carrucae. Has tenet Badalfus de braeria de Bauduino. Ibi 
habet Badulfas in dominio i uiigam et i carrucam et uillani 
ii uirgas et iii csurucas et dimidiam. Ibi habet Eadolfus v 
uillanos et vii bordarios et v seruos et v animalia et xxx ones 
et X agros prati et 1 agros pascaaB et ualet per annam xxr 
solidos et quando Bauduinus earn recepit xx solidos. — 
Exon, D. (2956) 273. 

Baldwin has a manor called Limet, which Walo held on the day 
on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered geld 
for three virgates. Six ploughs can plough this. Eadulf de 
Brueria holds these of Baldwin. There Badulf has in demesne 
one yirgate and one plough, and the villeins two virgates and three 
ploughs and a hal£ There Eadulf has five villeins, and seven 
bordars, and five serfs, and five head of cattle, and thirty sheep, 
and ten acres of meadow, and fifty acres of pasture; and it is 
worth twenty-five shillings a year, and when Baldwin received it 
twenty shillings. 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Apledora 
quam tenuit lieuenot ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uiiga. Hanc possunt arare 
i carruca et dimidia. Hanc tenet Sadulfus de Brueria de 
Bauduino. Inde habet BaduKus in dominio dimidiam uiigam 
et V boues et uillani dimidiam uirgam et i carrucam. Ibi 
habet Badulfus ii uillanos et i bordarium et i seruum et iii 
ftniinft.lia. et XXV ouos ot ii agros prati et ualet per annum x 
solidos et quando Bauduinus recepit v solidos. — Exon, D. 
(295&) 273. 

Baldwin has a manor called Apledora, which Lieuenot held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for one virgate. One plough and a half can plough 
this. E^ph de Brueria holds this of Baldwin. Of it Balph 
has in demesne half a viigate and five oxen, and the villeins half 
a virgate and one plough. There Ealph has two villeins, and one 
bordar, and one serf, and three head of cattle, and twenty-five 
sheep, and two acres of meadow; and it is worth ten shillings a 
year, and when Baldwin received it five shillings. 



\ 



THE DEVONSHIBE DOMESDAY — ^EXCHEQUER. 429 



Itmet 

Radulfus tenet de Balduino Limet Wado tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro iii vii^atis terrae. 
Terra est vi carucis. In dominio est i caruca et v serui et 
V uillani et vii bordarii cum iii carucis et dimidia. Ibi x 
acrae prati et 1 acrae pasturae. Olim xx solidos. Modo 
ualet XXV solidos. — Exch, D. io6 (3); 14^. 



Radulf holds of Baldwin Limet Wado held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for three virgates of land. There 
is land for six ploughs. In demesne is one plough, and five 
serfs, and five villeins, and seven bordars, with three ploughs and 
a half. There are ten acres of meadow, and fifty acres of 
pasture. Formerly it was worth twenty shillings. Now it is 
worth twenty-five shillings. 



Idem Radulfus tenet de Balduino Apledore. Leuenot 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una 
virgata terrae. Terra est i carucae et dimidiae et tantum ibi 
est cum i seruo et ii uillanis et i bordario et ii acrae prati. 
Olim V solidos. Modo ualet x solidos. — Exch. D. 106 

(3); 14^ 



The same Radulf holds of Baldwin Apledore. Leuenot held 
it in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of 
land. There is land for one plough and a half, and so much is 
there, with one serf, and two villeins, and one bordar, and two 
acres of meadow. Formerly it was worth five shillings. Now it 
is worth ten shillings. 



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430 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

BaudoinuB habet i mansionem qu88 uocatur Hax quam 
tenuit Aimarus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fait uiaus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possont aiare 
ii carracaB. Hanc tenet Motbertns filius Lamberti de 
Bauduino. Inde habet Motbertus in dominie iii ferdinos et 
i carmcam et uillani i ferdinum. Ibi habet Motbertus ii 
bordarios et ii seruos et i animal et xx ones agmm prati et 
xl agros pascuse et ualet per annum xiii [solidos] et quando 
Bauduinus eam recepit ualebat x solidos. — JExon.D.{295b) 273. 

Baldwin has a manor called Hax, which Aimai held on the day 
on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered geld 
for one virgate. Two ploughs can plough this. Motbert the son 
of Lambert holds this of Baldwin. Thence Motbert has in 
demesne three ferlings and one plough, and the villeins one ferling. 
There Motbert has two bordars, and two serfs, and one head of 
cattle, and twenty sheep, an acre of meadow, and forty acres of 
pasture; and it is worth thirteen [shillings] a year, and it was 
worth when Baldwin received it ten shillings. 

Bauduinus habet i [mansionem] quae uocatur Cloenesberga 
quam tenuit Godmaunus presbiter ea die qua rex Eduuardus 
Mt uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro iii uirgis. Has 
possunt atare vi carrucae. Has tenet Badulfus de Pomeria de 
Bauduino. Inde habet Badulfus in dominio ii uirgas et ii 
carrucas et uillani i uirgam et dimidiam carmcam. Ibi habet 
Badulfus ii uiUanos et v bordarios et iii seruos et viii 
animalia et Ix ones et xv agros nemoris et v agros prati et 
iiii agros pascuae et ualet per annum xxv solidos et tan- 
tundem ualebat quando Bauduinus recepit — Exon 2>. 
(295&) 273. 

Baldwin has a [manor] called Cloenesberga, which Godmann the 
priest held on the day on which king Edwcuxi was alive and dead, 
and it rendered geld for three virgates. Six ploughs can plough these. 
Badulf de Pomeria holds these of Baldwin. Thence Radulf has in 
demesne two virgates and two ploughs, and the villeins one viigate 
and half a plough. There Eadulf has two villeins, and five bordais, 
and three serfs, and eight head of cattle, and sixty sheep, and 
fifteen acres of wood, and five acres of meadow, and four acres of 
pasture; and it is worth twenty-five shillings a year, and it was 
worth as much when Baldwin received it 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUSB. 431 

Modbertus tenet de Balduino Hax. Almaer tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. 
Terra est ii carucis. Ibi est una caruca et ii bordarii et ii 
semi et una acra prati et xl acrs pasturae. Olim x solidos. 
Modo ualet xiii solidos. — Exch. D.\q6 (3) ; 14^1. 



Modbert holds of Baldwin Hax. Almaer held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. There is 
land for two ploughs. There is one plough, and two bordars, 
and two serfs, and one acre of meadow, and forty acres of 
pasture. Formerly it was worth ten shillings. Now it is worth 
thirteen shillings. 



<noene»berg. 

Radulfus tenet de Balduino Cloenesberg. Godman 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro iii virgatis 
terrae. Terra est vi carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et 
iii semi et ii uillani et v bordarii cum dimidia camca. Ibi 
V acrae prati et iiii acrae pasturae et xv acrae siluae. Olim 
et modo ualet xxv solidos. — Exch. Z?. 106 (3) ; 14^. 



Radulf holds of Baldwin Cloenesberg. Godman held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for three virgates of land. 
There is land for six ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and 
three serfs, and two villeins, and five bordars, with half a plough. 
There are five acres of meadow, and four acres of pasture, and 
fifteen acres of wood. Formerly it was, and it now is, worth 
twenty-five shillings. 



2 F 2 



432 THE DEVONSHIBE DOMESDAT — EXETEB. 

ftimet* 

Banduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Limet quam 
tenoit Walo ea die qua rex Edauaidos fait uiuus et mortans 
et reddidit gildum pro i iiirga. Hanc possunt arare iiii 
camicse. Hanc tenet Sadulfos de Pomeria de Bauduino. 
Inde habet Badulfus in dominio dimidiam oirgam et i carru- 
cam et dimidiam et uillani dimidiam uirgam et i carrucam et 
dimidiam. Ibi habet Badulfus iiii uillanos et i bordarium et 
ii seruos et i runcinum et vi animalia et zxxiiii ones et xii 
agros nemoris et iiii agros prati et xii [sic] agros pascu^e et 
ualet per annum xxv solidos et quando Bauduinus recepit 
ualebat xv solidos.— JExon. D. (296) 273. 

Baldwin has a manor called Limet, which Walo held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate. Four ploughs can plough this. Kadulf de 
Fomery holds this of Baldwin. Of it Eadulf has in demesne half 
a yirgate and one plough and a half, and the villeins half a viigate 
and one plough and a half. There Radolf has four villeins, and 
one bordar, and two serfs, and one pack-horse, and six head of 
cattle, and thirty-four sheep, and twelve acres of wood, and four 
acres of meadow, and twedve acres of pasture; and it is worth 
twenty-five shillings a year, and it was worth when Baldwin 
received it fifteen [fillings. 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Brigeforda 
quam tenuit lieuricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fait iiiaas 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc 
possunt arare iii camicae. Hanc tenet GrodeMdus Came- 
rarius de Bauduino. Inde habet Godefridus in dominio i 
uirgam et dimidiam carrucam et uillani i uirgam et dinaidiam 
carrucam. Ibi habet Godefridus iiii lullanos et iiii seraos et 
ii animalia et iiii porcos et viii agros nemoris et iiii agios 
prati et xii agros pascuse et ualet per annum xx solidos et 
quando Bauduinus recepit ualebat vii solidos et vi denarios. 
—Exon. D. (296) 273. 

Baldwin has a manor called Brigeforda, which lieuric held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide. Three ploughs can plough this. GodeMd 
the treasurer holds this of Baldwin. Thence Godefidd has in 
demesne one viigate and half a plough, and the yiUeins one 
virgate and half a plough. There Godefrid has four villeins, and 
four serfs, and two head of cattle, and four swine, and eight aczes 



THS DEVONSHIBE DOHESDAT— SXCHEQUEB. 433 

Idem Radulfus tenet de Balduino Limet. Wado tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. 
Terra est iiii carucis. Ibi sunt iii carucae et ii serui et iiii 
uillani et i bordarius et iiii acrae prati et xiii acrae pasturae 
et tantundem siluae. Olim xv solidos. Modo ualet xxv 
solidos. — ExcA, D. 106 (3); 14a. 



The same Ralph holds of Baldwin Limet. Wado held it in 
the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. 
There is land for four ploughs. There are three ploughs, and 
two serfs, and four villeins, and one bordar, and four acres of 
meadow, and thirteen acres of pasture, and as much of wood. 
Formerly it was worth fifteen shillings. Now it is worth twenty- 
five shillings. 



IStigefotD. 

Godefridus tenet de Balduino Brigeford. Leuric tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia hida. 
Terra est iii carucis. Ibi est i caruca et iiii serui et iiii 
uillani et iiii acrae prati et xii acrae pasturae et viii acrae 
siluae. Olim vii solidos et vi denarios. Modo ualet xx 
solidos. — ExcA. D, 106 (3); i^^. 



Godefiid holds of Baldwin Brigeford. Leuric held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There is 
land for three ploughs. There is one plough, and four serfs, and 
four villeins, and four acres of meadow, and twelve acres of 
pasture, and eight acres of wood. Formerly it was worth seven 
shillings and sixpence. Now it is worth twenty shillings. 



434 • THE DEVONSHIBE DOMESDAT — ^EXETER. 

of wood, and four acres of meadow, and twelve acres of pastaie ; 
and it is worth twenty shillings a year, and it was wortii when 
Baldwin received it seven shillings and sucpence. 

BrigefotDau 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quse uocatui Brigeforda 
quam tenuit Lieuricus ea die qua rex Eduuaidus fiiit uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc 
possunt arare iii carrucse. Hanc tenet Gk)defricus camerarius 
de Bauduino. Inde habet GodeMcus in dominio i uirgam et 
dimidiam carrucam et uillani i uirgam et dimidiam carrucam. 
Ibi habet GodeMcus i uillanum et iiii bordarios et i animal 
et viii agros nemoris et iii agros prati et vi agros pascuae et 
ualet per annum x solidos et quando Bauduinus recepit vii 
solidos et vi denarios. — Eoson. D. (296) 274. 

Baldwin has a manor called Brigeforda, which Lieuric held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide. Three ploughs can plough this. Gode&ic 
the treasurer holds this of Baldwin. Thence GodeMc has in 
demesne one virgate and half a plough, and the villeins one 
virgate and half a plough. Thei:e Grodefric has one villein, and 
four bordars, and one head of cattle, and eight acres of wood, and 
three acres of meadow, and six acres of pasture ; and it is worth 
ten shillings a year, and when Baldwin received it seven shillings 
and sixpence. 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quse uocatur limet quam 
tenuit Osferus ea die qua rex Eduuaidus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt araie 
iiii carrucse. Hanc tenet Otelinus de Bauduino. Inde habet 
OtelinuB in dominio i uirgam et ii carrucas et uillani iii uiigas 
et iiii carrucas. Ibi habet Otelinus vi uillanos et v bordarios 
et iii seruos et v animalia et xx ones et vi agros nemoris 
et viii agros prati et ualet per annum xl solidos et quando 
Bauduinus recepit ualebat tantundem. — Bxon, D. (2966) 274. 

Baldwin has a manor called Limet, which Osfer held on the day 
on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered geld 
for one hide. Four ploughs can plough this. Otelin holds this of 
Baldwin. Thence Otelin has in demesne one virgate and two 
ploughs, and the villeins three virgates and four ploughs. Tbeie 
Otelin has six villeins, and five bordars, and three serfs, and five 
head of cattle, and twenty sheep, and six acres of wood, and eight 
acres of meadow ; and it is worth forty shillings a year, and it was 
worth as much when Baldwin received it 



THE DSVOKSHIRE DOICESDAT — SX0HEQX7ER. 435 



Idem Godefridus tenet de Balduino Brigeford. Leuric 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia 
hida. Terra est iii carucis. Ibi est i caruca cum i uillano 
et iiii bordariis et iii acrae prati et vi acrae pasturae et viii 
acrae siluae. Olim vii solidos et vi denarios. Modo ualet x 
solidos. — Exch, D, io6 (3); 14a:. 



The same Godefrid holds of Baldwin Brigeford. Leuric held 
it in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. 
There is land for three ploughs. There is one plough, with one 
villein, and four bordars, and three acres of meadow, and six 
acres of pasture, and eight acres of wood. Formerly it was 
worth seven shillings and sixpence. Now it is worth ten shillings. 



Othelin tenet de Balduino Limet. Osfers tenebat tem- 
pore regis Eduuardi et. geldabat pro una hida. Terra est 
iiii carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et iii serui et vi 
uillani et v bordarii cum iiii carucis. Ibi viii acrae prati et 
vi acrae siluae. Olim x modo ualet xl solidos. — Exch, D. 
106 (3); I4«. 



Othelin holds of Baldwin Limet Osfers held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There is land for 
four ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and three serfs, and 
six villeins, and five bordars, with four ploughs. There are eight 
acres of meadow, and six acres of wood. Formerly it was, and it 
now is, worth, forty shillings. 



436 THS DEVOVSHIBB BOMESDAT — JUUETJUL 

Baudninos habet i mansionem qusB uocatur Ghemesleta 
quam tenuit Walo ea die qua rex Eduuardus fait uiaus et 
moituuB et reddidit gUdmu pro dimidia oiiga. Hanc possunt 
arare iii carrucsB. Hianc tenet Bainems dapifer de Bauduino. 
Inde habet Bainerus in dominio dimidiam ferdinxun et i 
carracam et uillani dimidium ferdinum et dimidiam car- 
rucam. Ibi habet Bainerus ii nillanos et ii bordarios et ii 
animalia et ii porcos et xx ones et i agrum prati et x agroe 
pascuae et hsec pars nalet x solidos per annum et quando 
Bauduinus recepit ualebat vii solidos et yi denarios. Me- 
dietas higus supradictffi dimididae uirgsB est adiuncta 
dominicse mansioni r^is quae uocatur Tauetona. — Exan. D. 
(2966) 274. 

Baldwin has a manor called Ghemesleta, which Walo held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a virgate. Three ploughs can plough this. Bainer 
the steward holds this of Baldwin. Thence Bainer has in 
demesne half a ferling and one plough, and the villeins half a 
ferling and half a plough. There Bainer has two villeins, and 
two bordars, and two head of cattle, and two swine, and twenty 
sheep, and one acre of meadow, and ten acres of pasture ; and thu 
part is worth ten shillings a year, and it was worth when Baldwin 
received it seven shillings and sixpence. A moiety of this afore- 
said half a viigate is joined to the king's demesne manor called 
Tauetona. 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Mameorda 
quam tenuit lieuricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt 
arare xii carrucae. Hanc tenet Bicardus de nouilla de 
Bauduino. Inde habet Bicardus in dominio ii uiigas et ii 
carrucas et dimidiam et uillani ii uirgas et i carrucani et 
dimidiam. Ibi habet Bicardus y*uillano8 et v bordarios et 
iii seruos et xii animalia et xvi porcos et xxv cues et xxx 
capras et dimidiam leugam nemoris in longitudine et dimi- 
diam in latitudine et x agros prati et ualet per annum xl 
solidos et quando Bauduinus recepit ualebat xx solidoe. — 
Exan, D. (296&) 274. 

Baldwin has a manor called Mameorda, which Lieuric held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one hide. Twelve ploughs can plough thia Bichaid 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXGHEQUEB. 487 

Rainerus tenet de Balduino Ghemeslete. Wado tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia virgata 
terrae. Terra est iii carucis. In dominio est i caruca et ii 
uillani et ii bordarii cum dimidia caruca. Ibi i acra prati 
et X acrae pasturae. Olim vii solidos et vi denarios. Modo 
ualet X solidos. Medietas hujus terrae est adjuncta 
manerio regis quod uocatur Tauetone. — Exch, D. io6 

(3); 14^. 



Rainerus holds of Baldwin Ghemeslete. Wado held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a virgate of land. 
There is land for three ploughs. In demesne is one plough, and 
two villeins, and two bordars, with half a plough. There is one 
acre of meadow, and ten acres of pasture. Formerly it was 
worth seven shillings and sixpence. Now it is worth ten 
shillings. A moiety of this land is joined to the king's manor 
called Tauetone. 



Ricardus tenet de Balduino Mameorde. Leuric tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro i hida. Terra est 
xii carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et iii semi et v 
uillani et v bordarii cum i caruca et dimidia. Ibi x acrae 
prati et dimidia leuca siluae in longitudine et tantundem 
latitudine. Olim xx solidos. Modo ualet xl solidos. — 
Exch. D. 106 (4) ; 14^. 



Richard holds of Baldwin Mameorde. Leuric held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There is 
land for twelve ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and three 



438 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXETEB. 

de Nouilla holds tliis of Baldwin. Of it Richard has in demesne 
two viigates and two ploughs and a halj^ and the villeins two 
viigates and one plongh and a hall lliere Richaid has five 
villeins, and five bordars, and three serfs, and twelve head of 
cattle, and sixteen swine, and twenty-five sheep, and thirty goats, 
and of wood half a leuga in length and in breadth, and ten acres 
of meadow; and it is worth forty shillings a year, and it was 
worth when Baldwin received it twenty shillings. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Ghent quam 
tenuit Brismerus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro vi hidis. Has possunt arare 
XXV carrucaB. Inde habet Balduinus iii hidas et uillani iii 
hidas et xxv carrucas. Ibi habet Balduinus xlii inter 
uillanos et bordarios et xx seruos et v porcarios qui reddunt 
xliiii porcos et i roncinum et v animalia et cl oues et i molen- 
dinum qui reddit xxx denarios et x agros nemoris et tyy 
agros prati et c agros pascuse. Hsec mansio ualet x libras et 
quando Balduinus recepit eam ualebat xii libras, Huic 
mansioni adiacent xi bvrgenses qui manent in Exonia et 
reddunt iiii solidos et v denarios. 

Isti sunt in supradict pretio. — Exon. D. (297) 274. 

Baldwin has a manor called Ghent, which Brismer held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for six hides. Twenty-five ploughs can plough thi& Of 
them Baldwin has three hides, and the villeins three hides and 
twenty-five ploughs. There Baldwin has forty-two among the 
villeins and bordars, and twenty serfs, and five swineherds who 
return forty-four swine, and one pack-horse, and five head of 
cattle, and one hundred and fifty sheep, and one mill which 
renders thirty pence, and ten acres of wood, and thirty acres of 
meadow, and one hundred acres of pasture. This manor is worth 
ten pounds, and it was worth when Baldwin received it twelve 
pounds. To this manor are joined eleven burgesses who dwell in 
Exeter, and render four shillings and fivepence. 

Those are in the above-mentioned value. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Teigna quam 
tenuit Ystret ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus 
et reddidit gildum pro iii uirgia Has possunt arare iiii 
carrucse. Et modo tenet eam B^rius de molis de Balduina 
Inde habet Bogerius dimidiam uirgam et i carrucam in 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 439 

serfs, and five villeins, and five bordars, with one plough and a 
half. There are ten acres of meadow, and of wood half a leuga 
in length and as much in breadth. Formerly it was worth twenty 
shillings. Now it is worth forty shillings. 



Ipse Balduinus tenet Ghent. Brismar tenebat tempore 
regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro vi hidis. Terra est xxv 
carucis et totidem ibi sunt et xx serui et xlii inter uillanos 
et bordarios et v porcarii reddentes xliiii porcos. Ibi 
molinus reddens xxx denarios et xxx acrae prati et x 
acrae siluae et c acrae pasturae. Olim xii libras. Modo 
ualet X libras. 

Huic manerio adiacent xi burgenses in Exonia red- 
dentes liii denarios. — Exch, D. io6 (4); 14^. 



Baldwin himself holds Ghent Brismar held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for six hides. There is land for 
twenty-five ploughs, and as many are there, and twenty serfs, and 
forty-two among the villeins and bordars, and five swineherds 
rendering forty-four swine. There is a mill returning thirty 
pence, and thirty acres of meadow, and ten acres of wood, and 
one hundred acres of pasture. Formerly it was worth twelve 
pounds. Now it is worth ten pounds. 

To this manor are joined eleven burgesses in Exeter, returning 
fifty-three pence. 



Seigne. 

Rogerius tenet de Balduino Teigne. Vctred tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro iii virgatis terrae. 
Terra est iiii carucis quae ibi sunt et iii serui et liii uillani 
et viii bordarii. Ibi iii acrae prati. Pastura v quarentenae 
longitudine et ii quarentenae latitudine. Silua iiii quaren- 



440 THE DEVONSHIRB DOMESDAY — ^EXETEE. 

dominio et nillani ii uiigas et dimidiam et ii camicas. Ibi 
habet Bogerius iiii uillanos et viii bordarios et iii seruos et 
iiii aniTnalia et i porcum et xl ones et iiii quadragenarias et 
dimidiam nemoris in longitudine et ii et* dimidiam in latitu- 
dine et iii agros prati et v quadragenarias pascuse in longitu- 
dine et ii in latitudine. Hsec ualet xx solidos et quando 
Balduinus recepit ualebat tantundem. — Exon. D. (297) 274. 

Baldwin has a manor called Teigna, which XJstret held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for three virgates. Four ploughs can plough this. And 
now Boger de Molis holds it of Baldwin. Of these Boger has 
half a virgate and one plough in demesne, and the viUeins two 
virgates and a half and two ploughs. There Boger has fom 
villeins, and eight bordars, and three serfe, and four head of cattle, 
and one swine, and forty sheep, and four furlongs and a half of 
wood in length and two and a half furlongs in breadth, and three 
acres of meadow, and of pasture five furlongs in length and two in 
breadth. This is worth twenty shillings, and it was worth as 
much when Baldwin received it. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Begatora quam 
tenuit Erdulfus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare 
iiii carruc^. Hanc tenet Angerius de Balduino. Inde habet 
Angerius i ferlinum et i carrucam in dominio et uillani iii 
ferlmos et ii carrucas. Ibi habet Angerius iiii uillanos et i 
bordarium et i seruum et viii agros pratL Hsec reddit xxv 
solidos et quando Balduinus recepit ualebat xx solidos. — 
Excm. D. (297) 275. 

Baldwin has a manor called Begatora, which Eidulf held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate. Four ploughs can plough this. Angeii 
holds this of Baldwin. Of this Angeri has one ferling and one 
plough in demesne, and the villeins three ferlings and two plougha 
There Angeri has four villeins, and one bordar, and one serf, and 
eight acres of meadow. This renders twenty-five shillings, and 
it was worth twenty shillings when Baldwin received it. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Escapeleia 
quam tenuit Aret ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga Hanc possunt arare 



THB DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 441 

tenae et dimidia longitudine et ii quarentenae et dimidia 
latitudine. Olim et modo ualet xx solidos. — Exch. D, io6 

(4); 14^. 



Roger holds of Baldwin Teigne. Uctred held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for three virgates of land. There 
is land for four ploughs, w&ch are there, and three serfs, and four 
villeins, and eight bordars. There are three acres of meadow. 
Pasture five furlongs in length and two furlongs in breadth. 
Wood four furlongs and a half in length and two furlongs and a 
half in breadth. Formerly it was, and it now is, worth twenty 
shillings. 



Ansgerius tenet Begatore de Balduino. Eddulfus tene- 
bat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata 
terrae. Terra est iiii carucis. Ibi sunt iii carucae cum i 
seruo et iiii uillani et i bordarius et viii acrae prati. Olim 
XX solidos. Modo ualet xxv solidos. — Exck, D. 106 

(4); 14*. 



Ansgeri holds Begatore of Baldwin. Eddulf held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land There 
is land for four ploughs. There are three ploughs, with one serf, 
and four villeins, and one bordar, and eight acres of meadow. 
Formerly it was worth twenty shillings. Now it is worth twenty- 
five shillings. 



Robertus tenet de Balduino Scapelie. Aret tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata 
terrae. Terra est ii carucis quae ibi sunt cum i canica \sic. 



442 THB DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXETER. 

ii caimcsB. Hanc tenet Bobeitos de Baldoino. Inde habet 
BobertuB diTnidiam aiigam et i carrucam in dominio et 
oillani dimidiam uirgam et i camicam. Ibi habet Bob^us 
iiii uillanos et i senium et ii agros nemoris et v agros pratL 
Haec nalet xii solidos et vi denaiios et quando Baldoinus 
recepit ualebat tantundem. — Exon. D. (297S) 275. 

Baldwin has a manor called Escapeleia, which Aret hold on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for dne virgate. Two plooghs can plough this. Bobert holds 
this of Baldwin Of this Bobert has half a virgate and one 
plough in demesne, and the villeins half a virgate and one plough. 
There Bobert has four villeios, and one serf, and two acres of 
wood, and five acres of meadow. This is worth twelve shillings 
and sixpence, and it was worth as much when Baldwin received it 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Escapeleia 
quam tenuit Edwy ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida Hanc poesunt 
arare iii carrucse. Hianc tenet Bobertus de Balduino. Inde 
habet Bobertus i uirgam in dominio et uillani i uirgam. Ibi 
habet Bobertus v agros prati Hsec ualet vii solidos et vi 
denarios et quando Balduinus recepit ualebat tantundem. — 
Exon. D. (2976) 275. 

Baldwin has a manor called Escapeleia, which Edwy held on the 
day on which king Edward was aJive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide. Three ploughs can plough thi& Bobert 
holds this of Baldwin. Of this Bobert has one virgate in 
demesne, and the villeins one virgate. There Bobert has five acres 
of meadow. This is worth seven shillings and sixpence, and it 
was worth as much when Baldwin received it. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Mammehetua 
quam tenuit Algarus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro iii uirgis. Has possunt aiare 
V carrucsB. Hanc tenet Badulfus de Pomaria de Balduino. 
Inde habet Badulfus i uirgam et dimidiam et ii carrucas in 
dominio et uillani i uirgam et dimidiam et iiii carrucas. Ibi 
habet Badulfus vi uillanos et iiii bordarios et iii seruos et i 
roncinum et ii animalia et Ixx ones et xxvii capras et ii 
agros nemoris et vi agros prati et 1 agros pascuse. Hsec nalet 
XXX solidos et quando Balduinus recepit ualebat xx soUdoa. 
—Exm. D. (2975) 275. 



THB DEVONSHIBE DOMESDAY — ^EXCHEQXTER. 443 

f servo] et iiii uillani et v acrae prati et !i acrae siluse. 
Olim et modo ualet xii solidos et vi denarios. — ExcA, 
D. io6 (4); 14^. 



Robert holds of Baldwin Scapelie. Aret held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. There is 
land for two ploughs, which are there, with one plough [?serf], and 
four villeins, and five acres of meadow, and two acres of wood. 
Formerly it was, and it now is, worth twelve shillings and 
sixpence. 



Sbtaptlit. 

Robertas tenet de Balduino Scapelie. Eduui tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia hida. 
Terra est iii carucis. Ibi v acrae prati. Olim et modo 
ualet vii solidos et vi denarios. — ExcA, D. 106 (4); 14^. 



Robert holds of Baldwin Scapelie. Edwin held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There is land 
for three ploughs. There are five acres of meadow. Formerly 
it was, and it now is, worth seven shillings and sixpence. 



Radulfus tenet de Balduino Mammeheve. Algar tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro iii virgatis terrae. 
Terra est v carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucse et iii semi 
et vi uillani et iiii bordarii cum v carucis. Ibi vi acrae prati 
et 1 acrae pasturae et ii acrae siluae. Olim xx solidos. 
Modo ualet xxx solidos. — Exch, D, 106 (4); 14^. 



444 THB DBVONSHIRB DOMSSDAT — ^EXETER. 

. Baldwin has a manor called MammehetnOy which Algai held on 
the day on which king Edwaid was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for three yiigatee. Five ploughs can plough theeei 
Eadulf de Pomaria holds this of Baldwin. Of these Eadnlf has 
one yiigate and a half and two ploughs in demesne, and the 
villeins one virgate and a half and four ploughs. There Eadulf 
has six villeins, and four bordars, and three serfs, and one pack- 
horse, and two head of cattle, and seventy sheep, and twenty-seven 
goats, and two acres of wood, and six acres of meadow, and fifty 
acres of pasture. This is worth thirty shillings, and it was worth 
when Baldwin received it twenty shillings. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocator Escapdeia 
quam tenuit Vluricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fait uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare 
iii camicse. Hanc tenet Goduinus de Balduino. Inde habet 
Gk)duinus diniidiam idrgam in dominie et uillani dimidiam 
uirgam et i carrucam et dimidiam. Ibi habet Goduinus iiii 
uillanos et i seruum et v agros prati. Hsec ualet xv solidos et 
quando Balduinus recepit ualebat x solidos. — Uxon. D. (2976) 
275. 

Baldwin has a manor called Escapeleia, which Uluric held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for one viigate. Three ploughs can plough this. 
Grodwin holds this of Baldwin. Of this Grodwin has half a 
virgate in demesne, and the villeius half a virgate and one plough 
and a hal£ There Godwin has four villeius, and one serf^ and five 
acres of meadow. This is worth fifteen shillings, and it was worth 
when Baldwin received it ten shillings. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quse uocatur Aiscireuuilla 
quam tenuit Brismarus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt 
arare xii carrucse. Hanc tenet Botbertus de bello monte de 
Vicecomite. Inde habet Botbertus i uiigam et ii cairucas 
in dominio et uillani habent iii uirgas et iiii cairucas et 
dimidiam. Ibi habet Botbertus ix uillanos et vi bordarios et 
ii seruos et ii animalia et viii porcos et c cues et xxviii 
capras et ii mansuras in bardestaplensi burgo quae reddunt 
per annum ii solidos et ccc agros nemusculi et iii agros piati 
et i leugam pascuse in longitudine et dimidiam in bititudine 
et ualet per annum iii libras et quando Balduinus uicecomes 
eam recepit ualebat tantundem. — Exon. B. (298) 276. 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 445 

Radulf holds of Baldwin Mammeheve. Algar held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for three virgates of land. 
There is land for five ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and 
three serfs, and six villeins, and four bordars, with five ploughs. 
There are six acres of meadow, and fifty acres of pasture, and 
two acres of wood. Formerly it was worth twenty shillings. 
Now it is worth thirty shillings. 



Sbtaptlit. 

Goduinus tenet de Balduino Scapelie. Vluric tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. 
Terra est iii carucis. Ibi est i caruca et dimidia cum 1 
seruo et iiii uillani et v acrae prati. Olim x solidos. Modo 
ualet XV solidos. — Exc/^ Z?. io6 (4); 14^. 



Godwin holds of Baldwin Scapelie. Uluric held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. There 
is land for three ploughs. There is one plough and a half, with 
one serf, and four villeins, and five acres of meadow. Formerly 
it was worth ten shillings. Now it is worth fifteen shillings. 



Robertus tenet de Balduino Ascerewelle. Brismar tene- 
bat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una hida. 
Terra est xii carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et ii serui 
et ix uillani et vi bordarii cum iiii carucis et dimidia. Ibi 
iii acrae prati et ccc acrae siluae minutae. Pastura i leuca 
longitudine et dimidia leuca latitudine. Olim et modo 
ualet Ix solidos. 

In Barnestaple ii domus reddentes ii solidos.* — ExcA. D. 
106 (4) ; 14^. 



* This in the original is in the margin. 

2 G 



448 THE DBVONSHIBB DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

et c agros nemoris et cc agros pascuse et ualet per annum xx 
8olidos et quando Balduinus recepit nalebat tantundem. — 
Ex<m. D. (298) 276. 

Baldwin has a manor called Lochesora, which Dolesuuif held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide. Three ploughs can plough this. Now Bohert 
de Bello Monte holds it of ^dwin. Of it Robert has one yiigate 
and one plough in demesne, and the villeins have one virgate and 
one plough. There Bobert has three villeins, and two bordars, 
and one serf, and five head of cattle, and three swine, and sixty 
sheep^ and twenty-four goats, and one hundred acres of wood, and 
two hundred acres of pasture ; and it is worth twenty shiUings a 
year, and it was worth as much when Baldwin received it 

Balduinus habet i mansionem qu8B uocatur Lochessara 
quam tenuit Vluuardus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc 
possunt arare v carrucsB. Mode tenet Botbertus de bello 
monte earn de Balduino. Inde habet Botbertus i uii^m in 
dominio et i carrucam et uiUani habent aUam uirgam et ii 
carrucas. Ibi habet Botbertus vii uillanos et ii bordarios et ii 
seruos et xv animalia et x porcos et xl ones et iiii agros 
alneti et c agros pascuse et ualet per annum xx solidos et 
quando Balduinus recepit ualebat tantundem. — Exon. D. 
(2986) 276. 

Baldwin has a manor called Lochessora, which Uluard held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide. Five ploughs can plough this. Now Bobert 
de Bello Monte holds it of Baldwin. Of it Bobert has one viigate 
in demesne and one plough, and the villeins have another virgate 
and two ploughs. There Bobert has seven villeins, and two 
bordars, and two serfs, and fifteen head of cattle, and ten swine, 
and forty sheep, and four acres of alder plantation, and one 
hundred acres of pasture ; and it is worth twenty shillings a year, 
and it was worth as much when Baldwin received it. 



Santonau 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Hantona quam 
tenuit Brismarus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro ii hidis. Has possunt arare 
xii carrucse. Modo tenet eam Botbertus de ponte cardanis 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 449 



The same Robert holds of Baldwin Lochesore. Dolesuuif 
held it in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a 
hide. There is land for three ploughs. There are two ploughs, 
with one serf, and three villeins, and two bordars, and a hundred 
acres of wood, and two hundred acres of pasture. Formerly it 
was, and it now is, worth twenty shillings. 



Idem Robertas tenet de Balduino Locheshore. Vluuard 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia 
hida. Terra est v carucis. Ibi sunt iii carucae et ii serui 
et vii uillani et ii bordarii et iiii acrae alneti et c acrae 
pasturae. Olim et modo ualet xx solidos. — Exck. D. io6 

(4); 14*. 



The same Robert holds of Baldwin Locheshore. Uluuard 
held it in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a 
hide. There is land for five ploughs. There are three ploughs, 
and two serfs, and seven villeins, and two bordars, and four acres 
of alder plantation, and one hundred acres of pasture. Formerly 
it was, and it now is, worth twenty shillings. 



Robertus tenet de Balduino Hantone. Brismar tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro ii hidis. Terra est 
xii carucis. In dominio sunt iii carucae et xi serui et xxiiii 
uillani cum v carucis. Ibi molinus reddens iiii solidos et 



450 THE DEVONSHIKK DOMESDAY — ^EXETER. 

de Balduino. Ibi habet Bobertus xxiiii uillanos et xi seruos 
et inde habet Bobertus dimidiam hidam in dominio et iii 
camicas et uiUaiii habent hidam et dimidiam et v carmcas. 
Ibi habet Bobertus xi animalia et ix porcos et clxiii oues et 
i molendinum qui reddit per amium iiii solidos et i pisca- 
turam quae ualet per annum ii solidos et c agros nemoris et x 
agros prati et c agros pascusB et ualet per annum iiii libras et 
quando Balduinus earn recepit ualebat tantundem. — Exon. D. 
(298J) 276. 

Baldwin has a manor called Hantona, which Brismar held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendeied 
geld for two hides. Twelve ploughs can plough these. Kow 
Bohert de Ponte Cardonis holds it of Baldwin. There Bobert has 
twenty-four villeins, and eleven serfs; and of these Bobert has 
half a hide in demesne and three ploughs, and the villeins have 
a hide and a half and five ploughs. There Bobert has eleven 
head of cattle, and nine swine, and one hundred and sixty-three 
sheep, and a mill which renders four shillings a year, and a fishery 
which is worth two shillings a year, and one hundred acres of 
wood, and ten acres of meadow, and one hundred acres of pasture; 
and it is worth four pounds a year, and it was worth as much 
when Baldwin received it. 



Sagfntonau 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Hagintona 
quam tenuit Ylfus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt arare 
X carrucae. Modo tenet hanc ^[othertus T\ de Balduino. Inde 
habet B\otheTtvs T\ r uirgam et ii carrucas in dominio et uiUani 
habent iii uirgas et v carrucas. Ibi habet 'R\ot'bertusf] xii 
uillanos et iiii bordarios et ii seruos et ii animalia et iiii 
porcos et c oues et I agros pascuae et ualet per annum iii 
libras et quando Balduinus recepit tantundem. — Exon. D. 
(298&) 276. 

Baldwin has a manor called Hagintona, which Ulf held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one hide. Ten ploughs can plough this. Now 'B\ohert f\ 
holds this of Baldwin. Of this ^\ohert f\ has one viigate and two 
ploughs, and the villeins have three virgates and five ploughs. 
There Robert f] has twelve villeins, and four bordars, and two 8^£s, 
and two head of cattle, and four swine, and one hundred sheep, 
and fifty acres of pasture ; and it is worth three pounds a year, 
and as much when Baldwin received it. 



THE DEYONSHIBE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 451 

piscaria reddens ii solidos et x acrae prati et c acrae 
pasturae et c acrae siluae. Olim et modo ualet iiii libras. — 
Exch. Z?. io6 (4); 14*. 



Robert holds of Baldwin Hantone. Brismar held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for two hides. There is 
land for twelve ploughs. In demesne are three ploughs, and 
eleven serfe, and. twenty-four villeins, with five ploughs. There 
is a mill rendering four shillings, and a fishery rendering two 
shillings, and ten acres of meadow, and a hundred acres of 
pasture, and a hundred acres of wood. Formerly it was, and it 
now is, worth four pounds. 



Robertus tenet de Balduino Haintone. Vlf tenebat 
ten^pore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro i hida. Terra est 
X carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et ii serui et xii 
uillani et iiii bordarii cum v carucis et 1 acrae pasturae. 
Olim et modo ualet Ix solidos. — Exch D. 106 (4); 14^. 



Robert holds of Baldwin Haintone. Ulf held it in the time of 
king Edward. There is land for ten ploughs. In demesne are 
two ploughs, and two serfs, and twelve villeins, and four bordars, 
with five ploughs, and fif^ acres of pasture. Formerly it was, 
and it now is, worth sixty shillings. 



452 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXETEB. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quse uocatur Cannes quam 
tenuit Brismarus ea die qua rex Eduaardus fait uiuos et 
mortuus et reddit [sic] gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt 
arare xii carracae. Modo tenet earn Sotbertus de Baldoino. 
Inde habet Sotbertus i fertinum et ii carrucas in dominio et 
uillani habent iii fertinos et v camicaa Ibi habet Botbertoa 
vi nillanos et vi bordarios et iii seruos et ix animalia et xiii 
porcos et Ivii ones et c agros nemoris et liii agros pascusB et 
ualet per annum xl solidos et quando Balduinus recepit 
tantundem.— ^iww. J). (299) 276. 

Baldwin has a manor called Carmes, which Brismar held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one yirgate. Twelve ploughs can plough thi& Now 
Eobert holds it of Baldwin. Of it Bohert has one ferling and 
two ploughs in demesne, and the villeins have three ferlings and 
five ploughs. There Eobert has six villeins, and six bordars, and 
three serfs, and nine head of cattle, and thirteen swine, and fifty- 
seven sheep, and one hundred acres of wood, and fifty-three acres 
of pasture; and it is worth forty shillings a year, and as much 
when Baldwin received it. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Mogescoma 
quam tenuit Alcerlo ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum cum supradicta mansione pro i 
uirga ita quod iste dusB mansiones adquietabant se ad gildum 
regis pro i uirga et modo computantur pro ii uirgis. Istam 
uirgam qi](8B iacet in Mogescoma possunt arare iii carrucse. 
Modo tenet eam Botbertus de ponte caridonis de Balduina 
Inde habet Botbertus i fertinum et i carrucam in dominio et 
uillani habent ii carrucas. Ibi habet Botbertus ii uillanos et 
i seruum et xii animalia et ii porcos et Ixxx ones et xvi 
capras et xx agros pascuse et ualet per annum xx solidos et 
quando uicecomes recepit ualebat xv solidos. — Exon. 2>. 
(299) 277. 

Baldwin has a manor called Mogescoma, which Alcerl held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld with the before-mentioned manor for one virgate ; so that these 
two manors were discharged from king's geld for one virgate, and 
are now reckoned for two virgates. Three ploughs can plough this 
virgate which lies in Mogescoma. Now Eobert de Ponte Caridonis 
holds it of Baldwin. Of it Eobert has one ferling and one plough 



THE D1SV0NSHIBB DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUER. 453 

Robertus tenet de Balduino Carmes. Brismar tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. 
Terra est xii carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et iii 
serui et vi uillani et vi bordarii cum v carucis. Ibi c acrae 
siluae et liii acrae pasturae. Olim et modo ualet xl solidos. 
—Exch, D, io6 (4); 14^. 



Robert holds of Baldwin Cannes. Brismar held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. There 
is land for twelve ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and 
three serfs, and six villeins, and six bordars, with five ploughs. 
There are a hundred acres of wood, and fifty-three acres of 
pasture. Formerly it was, and it now is, worth forty shillings. 



Dlogeftcome* 

Idem Robertus tenet de Balduino Mogescome. Alcherl 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi. Haec adquietabat se de 
geldo cum predict© manerio pro una virgata terrae. Modo 
computantur pro ii virgatis terrae. Terra est hic iii carucis 
quae ibi sunt cum i seruo et ii uillanis. Ibi xx acrae 
pasturae. Olim xv solidos. Modo ualet xx solidos. — 
Exch, D. 106 (4); 14^. 



The same Robert holds of Baldwin Mogescome. Alcherl 
held it in the time of king Edward. This was free of geld 
with the before-mentioned manor for one virgate of land. Now 
they are reckoned for two virgates of land. There is land here 
for three ploughs, which are there, with one serf, and two villeins. 
There are twenty acres of pasture. Formerly it was worth fifteen 
shillings. Now it is worth twenty shillings. 



454 THE DEVONSHIBS DOMESDAY— EXETEB. 

in demesne, and the villeins have two ploagh& There Eobeit has 
two villeins, and one serf, and twelve head of cattle, and two 
swine, and eighty sheep, and sixteen goats, and twenl^ acres of 
pasture ; and it is worth twenty shillings a year, and it was worth 
when the sheriff received it fifteen shillings. 

BalduinuB habet i mansionein quas uocatur Bochelant 
quam tenuit Alnotus ea die qua rex Eduuardos fait uiuos et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possont aiare 
vi carrucse. Mode tenet earn Ansgems de Balduino. Inde 
habet Ansgems i fertinum et ii carrucas in dominie et uillani 
habent iiii carrucas. Ibi habet Ansgems vi uillanos et iiii 
bordarios et ii semes et xii animalia et xxxv cues et xxxvi 
capras et xxiiii agros nemoris et iiii agros prati et ualet per 
annum xl solidos et quando Balduinus recepit ualebat tan- 
tundem.— iEww. D. (299) 277, 

Baldwin has a manor called Bochelant, which Alnot held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate. Six ploughs can plough thi& Now An^^ 
holds it of Baldwin. Of it Ansger has one ferling and two 
ploughs in demesne, and the villeins have four ploughs. There 
Ansger has six villeins, and four bordars, and two serfs, and twelve 
head of cattle, and thirty-five sheep, and thirty-six goats, and 
twenty-four acres of wood, and four acres of meadow; and it is 
worth forty shillings a year, and it was worth as much when 
Baldwin received it. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Blacheuuilla 
quam defendebat se reddidit gUdum pro i uirga ea die qua 
rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus. Hanc possunt araie 
iiii carmcse. Mode tenet eam Botbertus de ponte cardonis 
de Balduino. Inde habet Botbertus i fertinum et i carrucam 
in dominie et uillani habent i carmcanL Ibi habet Botbertus 
iii uillanos et i seruum et v animalia et xx cues et Ix agros 
nemusculi et tantundem pascuse et nalet per annum xx 
solidos et quando Balduinus recepit ualebat tantundem. 
Hanc uiigam ^testantur uiri de hundreto esse de Bractona 
mansione regis. — Exon. D. (299) 277. 

Baldwin has a manor called Blachewilla, which answered for 
[and] rendered geld for one virgate on the day on which king 
Edward was alive and dead. Four ploughs can plough this. Now 



THE DKVONSHIRK DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 455 



iSotlelanS. 

Ansger tenet de Balduino Bocheland. Alnod tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. 
Terra est vi carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et ii serui 
et vi uillani et iiii bordarii cum iiii carucis. Ibi iiii acrae 
prati et xxiiii acrae siluae. Olim et modo ualet xl solidos. 
— Exch. D. io6 (4); 143. 



Ansger holds of Baldwin Bocheland. Alnod held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. 
There is land for six ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and 
two serfs, and six villeins, and four bordars, with four ploughs. 
There are four acres of meadow, and twenty-four acres of wood. 
Formerly it was, and it now is, worth forty shillings. 



)8Iat|etaiene. 

Robertus tenet de Balduino Blachewelle. Hoc geldabat 
pro una virgata terrae tempore regis Eduuardi. Terra est 
iiii carucis. Ibi sunt ii carucae cum i seruo et iii uillani et 
Ix acrae siluae minutae et tantundem pasturae. Olim et 
modo ualet xx solidos. Haec terra est de Bracton manerio 
regis ut dicunt homines hundreti. — Exck. D, 107 (i); i$a. 



Robert holds of Baldwin Blachewelle. It paid geld for one 
virgate of land in the time of king Edward. There is land for 
four ploughs. There are two ploughs, with one serf, and three 



456 THE DBYONSHIBE DOMESDAT — ^EXETEB. 

Robert de Ponte Cardonis holds it of Baldwin. Of it Eobert has 
one ferling and one plough in demesne, and the villeins have one 
plough. There Eobert has three villeins, and one serf, and five 
head of cattle, and twenty sheep, and sixty acres of coppice, and 
as much pasture; and it is worth yearly twenty shillings, and it 
was worth as much when Baldwin received it. 

The hundred men declare this virgate to be [part o/*] the 
king's manor of Bractona. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Chentesberia 
quam tenuit Almarus ea die qua rex Ednuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro ii hidis. Has possunt arare 
XX carrucse. Ibidem habet Balduinus dimidiam hidaia et i 
carrucam in dominie et uillani habent v carrucas. Ibi habet 
Balduinus xi uillauos et v seruos et xx [sic] nemoris et c 
agros pascuae et ualet per annum ii Ubras. — Exan. B, 
(2996) 277. 

Baldwin has a manor called Chentesberia, which Almar held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for two hides. Twenty ploughs can plough these. In the 
same place Baldwin has half a hide and one plough in demesne, 
and the villeins have five ploughs. There Baldwin has eleven 
villeins, and five serfs, and twenty [acre«] of wood, and one 
hundred acres of pasture ; and it is worth yearly two pounds. 

i^oletomau 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Holeooma 

quam tenuit Ylfus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro ix hidis. Has possunt arare 
xxii carrucae. Has tenet Bogo de Balduino. Inde habet 
Bogo in dominio iiii hidas et ii carrucas et uillani v hidas et 
vii carrucas. Ibi habet Eogo xxx uillanos et vi bordaiios et 
viii seruos et i runcinum et v animalia et xxii porcos et Ix 
cues et xii capras et ii moendinos qui reddunt x solidos per 
annum et 1 agros nemusculi et xxiiii agros prati et cc agree 
pascuae et ualet per annum vi libras et quando Balduinus 
recepit ualebat x libras. — Exon, D. (2996) 277. 

Baldwin has a manor called Holecoma, which Seward held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for nine hides. Twenty-two ploughs can plough these. Bogo 
holds these of Baldwin. Of these Eogo has in demesne four hides 
and two ploughs, and the villeins five hides and seven ploughs^ 



THE DEYONSHIBE D0ME8DAT — ^EXCHEQUER. 457 

villeins, and sixty acres of coppice, and as much pasture. 
Formerly and now worth twenty shillings. This land is of the 
king's manor of Bracton, as the hundred men say. 



Ipse Balduinus tenet Chentesberie. Almar tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro li hidis. Terra est 
XX carucis. In dominio est i caruca et v semi et xi uillani 
cum V carucis. I hi c acrae pasturae et xx acrae siluas. 
Valet xl solidos. — ExcA. D, 107 (i); \^a. 



Baldwin himself holds Chentesberie. Almar held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for two hides. There is 
land for twenty ploughs. In demesne is one plough, and five 
serfs, and eleven villeins, with five ploughs. There are one 
hundred acres of pasture, and twenty acres of wood. It is worth 
forty shillings. 



Jigoletome. 

Rogo tenet de Balduino Holecome. Seuuardus tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro ix hidis. Terra 
est xxii carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et viii serui et 
XXX uillani et v bordarii cum vii carucis. Ibi ii molini 
reddentes x solidos et xxiiii acrae prati et cc acrse pasturae 
et 1 acrae siluae minutae. Olim x libras. Modo ualet vi 
libras. — Exch. D. 107 (i); 15^. 



Rogo holds of Baldwin Holecome. Seward held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for nine hides. There is land 
for twenty-two ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and eight 
serfs, and thirty villeins, and five bordars, with seven ploughs. 
There are two mills rendering ten shillings, and twenty-four acres 



458 THB DSV0N8HISB DOMESDAT — BXSTEK. 

There Bogo has thirty villeins, and six bordais, and eight serfe, 
and one pack-horse, and five head of cattle, and twenty-two swine, 
and sixty sheep, and twelve goats, and two mills which return ten 
shillings yearly, and fifty acres of coppice, and twenty-four acres of 
meadow, and two hundred acres of pasture ; and it is worth yearly 
six pounds, and it was worth ten pounds when Baldwin received it 

iigotoorSau 

Baldoinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Hocoorda quam 
tenuit Colebranus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro ii uirgis et ii feidinis et 
dimidio. Has possunt arare iii carmcae. Has tenet Bogus 
de Balduino. Inde habet Bogus in dominie ii uiigas et 
diniidiam ferdinum et uillani ii ferdinos et dimidiam car- 
rucam. Ibi habet Bogus iiii uillanos et ii bordarios et ii 
seruos et xxx agros nemoris et ii agros prati et xl agros 
pascuse et ualet per annum xii solidos et vi denarios et 
quando Balduinus recepit ualebat xx solidos. — JSxon, D. 
(300) 278. 

Baldwin has a manor called Hocoorda, which Colehran held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for two virgates and two ferlings and a hall Three ploughs 
can plough these. Bogus holds these of Baldwin. Of these Bc^us 
has in demesne two virgates and half a ferling, and the villeins 
two ferlings and half a plough. There Bogus has four villeins, and 
two bordars, and two serfs, and thirty acres of wood, and two acres 
of meadow, and forty acres of pasture; and it is worth yearly 
twelve shillings and sixpence, and when Baldwin received it 
twenty shillings. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Anestinga 
quam tenuit Goduuinus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiens 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt 
arare ix carrucae. Hanc tenet Aiisgerus de Balduino. Inde 
habet Ansgerus in dominio i uiigam et ii carrncaa et uillani 
iii uirgas et iiii carrucas. Ibi habet Ansgerus vii uillanos et 
V bordarios et vii seruos et i porcarium qui reddit vi porcos 
et XXV animalia et Ix ones et xxx capras et exx agros siluse 
et vi agros prati et i leugam pascuae in longitudine et in 
latitudine et ualet per annum xl solidos et quando Balduinus 
recepit ualebat xxx solidos. — JExon, D. (300) 278. 

Baldwin has a manor called Anestinga, which Grodwin held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT — EXCHEQUER. 459 

of meadow, and two hundred acres of pasture, and fifty acres of 
coppice. Formerly it was worth ten pounds. Now it is worth 
six pounds. 



Rogo tenet de Balduino Hocoorde. Colbrand tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro ii virgatis terrae et 
ii ferlings et dimidio. Terra est iii carucis. 

Ibi iiii uillani et ii bordarii et ii serui cum dimidia 
caruca. Ibi ii acrae prati et xl acrae paKturae et xxx acrse 
siluse. Olim xx solidos. Modo ualet xii- solidos et vi 
denarios. — Exch. D. loy (i); i$a. 



Rogo holds of Baldwin Hocoorde. Colbrand held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for two virgates and two 
ferlings and a half of land. There is land for three ploughs. 
There are four villeins, and two bordars, and two serfs, with half 
a plough. There are two acres of meadow, and forty acres of 
pasture, and thirty acres of wood. Formerly it was worth twenty 
shillings. Now it is worth twelve shillings and sixpence. 



Ansger tenet de Balduino Anestige. Goduin tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro i hida. Terra est 
ix carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et vii serui et vii 
uillani et v bordarii cum iiii carucis. Ibi vi acrse prati et 
cxx acrac siluae et una leuca pasturae in longitudine et 
latitudine. Olim xxx solidos. Modo ualet xl solidos. — 
— Exck. D. 107 (i); IS«. 



Ansger holds of Baldwin Anestige Godwin held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There is 



460 THE DEYONSHIBE DOMESDAT — EXETER. 

geld for one hide. Nine ploughs can plough thi& Ansger holds 
this of Baldwin. Of this Anqger has in demesne one virgate and 
two ploughs, and the villeins three viigates and four ploughs. 
There Ansger has seven villeins, and five bordars, and seven serfs, 
and one swineherd who renders six swine, and twentj-five head 
of cattle, and sixty sheep^ and thirty goats, and one hundred and 
twenty acres of wood, and six acres of meadow, and of pasture 
one leuga in length and in breadth ; and it is worth yearly forty 
shillings, and it was worth thirty shillings when Baldwin 
received it 

Huic supradictsB mansioni est addita qusedam mando 
qudd uocatur Kinghendona quam tenuit Chepinus ea die qua 
rex Eduuardus fait uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildam pro 
i uiiga. Hanc possunt arare ii carrucsa. Hanc tenet Ajos- 
gems de Balduino. Ibi habet Ansgerus ii uillanos qui 
habent dimidiam carrucam et ualet per annum iii solidos et 
quando Balduinus recepit xii denarios. — Uxon, D, (300) 278. 

To this above-mentioned manor has been added a certain manor 
called Kinghendona, which Chepin held on the day on which king 
Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered geld for one virgate. 
Two ploughs can plough 'this. Ansger holds tMs of Baldwin. 
There Ansger has two villeins, who have half a plough ; and it is 
worth yearly three shillings, and when Baldwin received it twelve 
pence. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quse uocatur Fileleia quam 
tenuit Osferus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro iiii uirgis. Has possunt 
arare viii carrucas. Inde habet Balduinus in dominio i 
uirgam et iii carrucas et uillani ii uirgas et vi carrucas. Ibi 
habet Balduinus ix uillanos et vi bordarios et iii seruos et iii 
porcarios qui reddunt xv porcos et xiiii animalia et x porcos 
et Ix ones et x agros nemoris et vii agros prati et xxx agios 
pascuad et ualet per annum iii libras et quando recepit 

Xl lOlldM 

ualebat tantundem. 

De supradictae mansione est ablata qusedam mansio qua^ 
uocatur Loba est addita Brantonse dominicse mansioni r^:is 
et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare iii 
carrucse. Ibi sunt iiii uillani et ualet per annum xx solidos. 
—Ex(m, D. (3006) 278. 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT — EXCHEQUER. 461 

land for nine ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and seven 
serfs, and seven villeins, and five bordars, with four ploughs. 
There are six acres of meadow, and a hundred and twenty acres 
of wood, and of pasture one leuga in length and breath. 
Formerly it was worth thirty shillings. Now it; is worth forty 
shillings. 



llftigeOone. 

Ansger tenebat de Balduino Ringedone. Cheping tene- 
bat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata 
terrae. Terra est ii carucis. Ibi li uillani habent dimidiam 
carucam. Olim xii denarios. Modo ualet iii solidos. — 
Exch. D, 107 (i); is^jr. 



Ansger holds of Baldwin Ringedone. Cheping held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. 
There is land for two ploughs. There two villeins have half a 
plough. Formerly it was worth twelve pence. Now it is worth 
three shillings. 



iPtlelef* 

Ipse Balduinus tenet Filelei. Osfers tenebat tempore 
regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro i hida. Terra est viii 
carucis. In dominio sunt iii carucae et iii serui et ix uillani 
et vi bordarii cum vi carucis. Ibi vii acrae prati et xxx 
acrae pasturae et x acrae siluae. Olim xl solidos. Modo 
ualet Ix solidos. 

De hoc manerio ablata est quaedam terra quae uocatur 
Loba et est addita in Brantone manerio regis. Haec 
geldabat pro una virgata terrae. Terra est iii carucis. 
Ualet XX solidos. — Exch, D. 107 (i); i$a. 



2 H 



462 THE DEVONSHIRB DOMBSDAY — KXSTER. 

Baldwin has a manor called Fileleia, which Osfer held on the 
day in which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for four viigates. Eight ploughs can plough these. Of these 
Baldwin has in demesne one virgate and three ploughs, and the 
villeins two virgates and six ploughs. There Baldwin has nine 
villeins, and six bordars, and three serfs, and three swineherds 
who render fifteen swine, and fourteen head of cattle, and ten 
swine, and sixty sheep, and ten acres of wood, and seven acres of 
meadow, and thirty acres of pasture ; and it is worth yearly three 
pounds, and it was worth forty shillings when he received it 

From the above-mentioned manor has been taken a certain 
manor called Loba, added to the demesne of the king's manor of 
Brantona, and it renders geld for one virgate. Three ploughs can 
plough thi& There are four villeins, and it is worth yearly twenty 
shillings. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Neuetona 
quam tenuit Aluuoudus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus 
et mor£uus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt 
arare ii carrucsB. Hanc tenet Ansgerus de Balduino. Ibi 
habet Ansgerus ii uillanos et i bordarium et habent i car- 
rucam et diinidium agrum prati et v a^os pascuse et ualet 
per annum x solidos et quando Balduinus recepit ualebat. — 
£xon. D, (3006) 278. 

Baldwin has a manor called Neuetona, which Alwond held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate. Two ploughs can plough this. Ansger holds 
this of Baldwin. There Ansger has two villeins and one bordar, 
and they have one plough, and half an acre of meadow, and five 
acres of pasture ; and it is worth ten shillings yearly, and when 
Baldwin received it it was worth \the 8ame\, 



Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Wadestan 
quam tenuit Edmarus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia uiiga. Hanc 
possunt arare ii carrucse. Hanc tenet Ansgerus de Balduino. 
Inde habet Ansgerus in dominio i ferdinum et vi boues et 
uillaui i ferdinum et ii boues. Ibi habet Ansgerus ii uillanos 
et i bordarium et x animalia et viii porcos et xx cues et iii 
agros prati et v agros pascusB et ualet per annum x solidos et 
quando Balduinus recepit tantundem. — Exon. D, (3006) 278. 



THS DEVONSHIRE DOBfESDAT— BXGHEQUEB. 463 

Baldwin himself holds Filelei. Osfers held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There is land fot 
eight ploughs. In demesne are three ploughs, and three serfs, 
and nine villeins, and six bordars, with six ploughs. There are 
seven acres of meadow, and thirty acres of pasture, and ten acres 
of wood. Formerly it was worth forty shillings. Now it is 
worth sixty shillings. 

From this manor certain land called Loba has been taken and 
added to Brantona, a manor of the king's. This paid geld for 
one virgate of land. There is land for three ploughs. It is worth 
twenty shillings. 



Ansger tenet de Balduino Nevtone. Aluuoldus tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. 
Terra est ii carucis. Ibi ii uillani cum i bordario habent i 
carucam et dimidiam acram prati et v acras pasture. Oiim 
et modo ualet x solidos. — Exck. D. 107 (i); iSa. 



Ansger holds of Baldwin Nevtone. Alwold held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. 
TherQ is land for two ploughs. There two villeins with one 
bordar have one plough and half an acre of meadow, and five 
acres of pasture. Formerly it was, and it now is, worth ten 
shillings. 



BSaaDestam 

Ansger tenet de Balduino Wadestan. Edmar tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia virgata 
terrae. Terra est ii carucis. Ibi est i caruca et ii uillani 
cum i bordario et iii acrae prati et v acrac pasturae. Olim 
et modo ualet x solidos. — Exck. D. 107 (i); iSa. 



464 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXETEB. 

Baldwin has a manor called Wadestan, which Edmar held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a virgate. Two ploughs can plough this. Ansger 
holds this of Baldwin. Of this Ansger has in demesne one ferling 
and six oxen, and the yilleiDs one ferling and two oxen. There 
Ansger has two villeins, and one bordar, and ten head of cattle, 
and eight swine, and twenty sheep, and three acres of meadow, 
and five acres of pasture ; and it is worth yearly ten shillings, and 
it was worth as much when Baldwin received it. 



l^totoma* 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur lincoma quam 
tenuit Brismeras ea die qua rex Eduuardus fait oiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro ii hidis. Has possunt arare 
viii carrucsB. Has tenet Robertus de Balduino. Inde habet 
Bobertus in dominie ii uirgas et ii carmcas et uillani i hidam 
et ii uirgas et v carrucas. Ibi habet Bobertus viii uillanos et 
ix bordarios et iii seruos et i runcinum et viii animalia et xii 
porcos et c oues et xv capras et i agrum et dimidium prati et 
c agros pascuae et ualet per annum iii libras et quando 
Balduinus recepit ualebat tantundem. 

Huic supradictse mansioni est addita quaedam mansio 
qusB uocatur Laierda quam tenuit Godricus pariter ea die 
qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum 
pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare ii carrucae et ualet per 
annum x solidos et quando Balduinus accepit ualebat xx 
solidos.*— JEww. B. (301) 279. 

Baldwin has a manor called Lincoma, which Brismer held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for two hides. Eight ploughs can plough these. Bobert 
holds these of Baldwin. Thence Eobert has in demesne two 
virgates and two ploughs, and the villeins one hide and two 
virgates and five ploughs. There Eobert has eight villeins, and 
nine bordars, and three serfs, and one pack-horse, and eight head 
of cattle, and twelve swine, and one hundred sheep, and fifteen 
goats, and one acre and a half of meadow, and one hundred acres 
of pasture ; and it is worth yearly three pounds, and it was worth 
as much when Baldwin received it. 

To this above-mentioned manor has been added a certain manor 
called Laierda, which Godric held in partage on the day on which 
king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered geld for one 
virgate. Two ploughs can plough this ; and it is worth yearly ten 
shillings, and it was worth twenty shillings when Baldwin 
received it. 

* This entry is interlined. 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT — EXCHEQUER. 465 

Ansger holds of Baldwin Wadestan. Edmar held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a virgate of land. 
There is land for two ploughs. There is one plough, and two 
villeins, with one bordar, and three acres of meadow, and five 
acres of pasture. Formerly it was, and it now is, worth ten 
shillings. 



l.itfcome« 

Robertas tenet de Balduino Lincome. Brismar tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro ii hidis. Terra est 
viii carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et iii serui et viii 
uillani et ix bordarii cum v carucis. Ibi i acra prati et 
dimidia et c acrae pasturae. Olim et modo ualet Ix solidos. 

Huic manerio est addita una terra quae uocatur Laierda. 
Godric tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro 
una virgata terrae. Terra est ii carucis. Olim xx solidos. 
Modo ualet x solidos. — Exch. D, 107 (1); i$a. 



Robert holds of Baldwin Lincome. Brismar held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for two hides. There is 
land for eight ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and three 
serfs, and eight villeins, and nine bordars, with five ploughs. 
There is one acre and a half of meadow, and a hundred acres of 
pasture. Formerly it was, and it now is, worth sixty shillings. 

To this manor has been added land called Laierda. Godric 
held it in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one 
virgate of land. There is land for two ploughs. Formerly it 
was worth twenty shillings. Now it is worth ten shillings. 



466 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT — EXETER. 

Alfretntoma. 

Baldainus habet i mansionem quas uocatur Alfreincoma 
quam tenuit Almarus ea die qua Eduaardus rex fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt arare 
ix carrucee. Et Eotbertus tenet earn de Balduino. Inde 
habet Botbertus in dominio i uirgam et ii carrucas et uillani 
iii uirgas et ix carrucas. Ibi habet Eotbertas xii uillauoa et 
xii bordarios et v seruos et i runcinutn et v animalia et xv 
porcos et cxxxiii oues et v agros prati et c agros pascuse et 
ualet per annum iiii libras et quando recepit ualebat tan- 
txmdeJiL—JSxon. D. (301) 279. 

« 

Baldwin has a manor called Alfreincoma, which Almar held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one hide. Nine ploughs can plough this. And Eobert 
holds it of Baldwin. Of it Eobert has in demesne one virgate 
and two ploughs, and the viUeins three virgates and nine plougha 
There Robert has twelve villeins, and twelve bordars, and five 
serfs, and one pack-horse, and five head of cattle, and fifteen swine^ 
and one hundred and thirty-three sheep, and five acres of meadow, 
and one hundred acres of pasture; and it is worth yearly four 
pounds, and it was worth as much when he received it. 

Balduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Efforda quam 
tenuit Brismarus ea die qua Eduuardus rex fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida et i ferdino. 
Hanc possunt arare iiii carrucae. Et Botbertus eam tenet de 
Balduino. Inde Botbertus in dominiq i uirgam et ii carrucas 
et uillani i uirgam et i ferdinum et i carrucam. Ibi habet 
Botbertus iii uUlanos et iii bordarios et ii seruos et ii animalia 
et ii porcos et xxx oues et xv agros pascuse et ualet per 
annum xx solidos et quando recepit tantundem. — Exon^ D. 
(301) 279. 

Baldwin has a manor called Efforda, which Brismar held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide and one ferling. Four ploughs can plough 
this. And Eobert holds this of Baldwin. Of them Eobert has in 
demesne one virgate and two ploughs, and the villeins one viigate 
and one ferling and one plough. There Eobert has three villeins, 
and three bordars, and two serfs, and two head of cattle, and two 
swine, and thirty sheep, and fifteen acres of pasture; and it is 
worth yearly twenty shillings, and it was worth as much when he 
received it. 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^BXOHEQUER. 467 

Alfreincome. 

Robertus tenet de Balduino Alfreincome. Almar tene- 
bat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una hida. 
Terra est ix carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et xii 
uillani et xii bordarii cum ix carucis et v serui et v acras 
prati et c acrae pasturae, Olim et modo ualet iiii Hbras. — 
Exch, D, 107 (i); i$a. 



Robert holds of Baldwin Alfreincome. Almar held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There is 
land for nine ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and twelve 
villeins, and tjvelve bordars, with nine ploughs, and five serfs, and 
five acres of meadow, and a hundred acres of pasture. Formerly 
it was, and it now is, worth four pounds. 



Robertus tenet de Balduino Esforde. Brismar tenebat 
tempore r^is Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia hida et i 
ferling terrae. Terra est iiii carucis. In dominio sunt ii 
carucae et ii serui et iii uillani et iii bordarii cum i caruca. 
Ibi XV acrae pasturae. Olim et modo ualet xx solidos. — 
Exch. D, 107 (i); i$a. 



Robert holds of Baldwin Esforde. Brismar held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide and one ferling 
of land. There is land for four ploughs. In demesne are two 
ploughs, and two serfs, and three villeins, and three bordars, with 
one plough. There are fifteen acres of pasture. Formerly it 
was, and it now is, worth twenty shillings. 



468 THE DBVONSHIBE DOMSSDAT — ^EXETEB. 

CItot 

Balduinus habet i mansiouem quae uocatur dist quam 
tenoit Bougheredus ea die qua rex EdauarduB fuit uiuus et 
mortuuB et reddidit gildum pro iii hidis. Has possunt arare 
viii carrucae. Has tenet Otelinus de Balduino. Inde habet 
Otelinus in dominio i bidam et ii carrucas et uillani ii hidas 
et y carrucas. Ibi habet Otelinus ix uillanos et v bordarios 
et viii seruos et v animalia et xxxii ones et Ixxx agios 
nemoris et xliiii agros prati et xx agros pascuse et ualet per 
annum iii libras et quando recepit Balduinus ualebat tan- 
t}mdem.—JSxon. D. (3016) 279. 

Baldwin has a manor called Cbst, which Boughered held on the 
day on which kiog Edward was aUve and dead, and it rendered 
geld for three hides. Eight ploughs can plough these. Otelin 
holds these of Baldwin. Of these Otelin has in demesne one hide 
and two ploughs, and the villeins two hides and 'five ploughs. 
There Otelin has nine villeins, and five bordars, and eight s^&, 
and five head of cattle, and thirty-two sheep, and eighty acres of 
wood, and forty-four acres of meadow, and twenty acres of pasture; 
and it is worth yearly three pounds, and it was worth as much 
when Baldwin received it. 

JWeto9a« 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Meroda quam 
tenuit Aluuinus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fiiit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare 
ii carrucae. Hanc tenet Bobertus de Bauduino. Inde babet 
Bobertus in dominio dimidiam uirgam et i carrucam et 
uillani dimidiam uirgam et dimidiam carrucam. Ibi habet 
Bobertus ii uillanos et i bordarium et ii seruos et iiii 
animalia et v porcos et xxviii ones et viii capras et xvi agree 
nemoris et ii agros prati et xx agros pascuse et ualet per 
annum xv solidos et quando Bauduinus recepit ualebat 
tantundem.— JErcm. D. (SOU) 279. 

Baldwin has a manor called Meroda, which Alwin held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate. Two ploughs can plough this. Eobert holds 
this of Baldwin. Thence Eobert has in demesne half a viigate 
and one plough, and the villeins half a virgate and half a plough. 
There Robert has two villeins, and one bordar, and two serfs, and 
four head of cattle, and five swine, and twenty-eight sheep, and 
eight goats, and sixteen acres of wood, and two acres of meadow, 
and twenty acres of pasture; and it is worth yearly fifteen 
shillings, and it was worth as much when Baldwin received it 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 469 

Othelin tenet de Balduino Clist. Bughered tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro iii hidis. Terra 
est viii carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucas et viii serui et 
ix uillani et v bordarii cum v carucis. Ibi xliiii acrae prati 
et XX acrae pasturae et quater xx acrae siluae. Olim et 
modo ualet Ix solidos. — Exch. i?. 107 (i); 15 a. 



Othelin holds of Baldwin Clist. Bughered held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for three hides. There is land 
for eight ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and eight serfs, 
and nine villeins, and five bordars, with five ploughs. There are 
forty-four acres of meadow, and twenty acres of pasture, and 
eighty acres of wood. Formerly it was, and it now is, worth 
sixty shillings. 



JWeroSe. 

• 

Robertus tenet de Balduino Merode. Aluuinus tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. 
Terra est ii carucis. Ibi sunt ii uillani et i bordarius et ii 
serui cum i caruca et dimidia. Ibi ii acrae prati et xx acrae 
pasturae et xvi acrae siluae. Olim et modo ualet xv solidos. 
— Exch. D. 107 (i); 15^. 



Robert holds of Baldwin Merode. Alwin held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. There 
is land for two ploughs. There are two villeins, and one bordar, 
and two serfs, with one plough and a half. There are two acres 
of meadow, and twenty acres of pasture, and sixteen acres of 
wood. Formerly it was, and it now is, worth fifteen shillings. 



470 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETEB. 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quae uocator Esnideleia 
quam tenuit Edricns ea die qua rex fiduuardos fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uii^a. Hanc possunt arare 
iii carracae. Hanc tenet Gislebertus de Bauduino. Inde 
habet Gislebertus in dominio i ferdinum et i carmcam et 
iiillani iii ferdinos et i carrucauL Ibi habet Gislebertus iii 
uillanos et ii bordarios et ii seruos et v animalia et xlviii 
oues et iiii agros prati et xl agros pascuae et ualet per annum 
XV solidos et quando Gislebertus recepit ualebat x solidos. — 
JExan. D. (302) 280. 

Baldwin has a manor called Esnideleia, which Edric held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate. Three ploughs can plough this. Gislebert 
holds this of Baldwin. Thence Gislebert has in demesne one 
ferling and one plough, and the villeins three ferlings and one 
plough There Gislebert has three villeins, and two bordais, and 
two serfs, and five head of cattle, and forty-eight sheep, and four 
acres of meadow, and forty acres of pasture; and it is worth 
yearly fifteen shillings, and it was worth ten shillings when 
Gislebert received ii 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Clist quam 
tenuerunt iiii tagni pariter die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida et dimidia uiiga. 
Has possunt arare ix carrucae. Hanc tenent canonici sanctae 
Mariae de Bauduino. Inde habent in dominio dimidiam 
hidam et ii carrucas et uillani dimidiam uiigam et i carrucam. 
Ibi habent canonici x uillanos et iiii bordarios et i senium et 
XX animalia et v agros nemoris et xvii agros prati et 1 agros 
pascuae et ualet per annum xl solidos et quando Bauduinus 
recepit ualebat tantundem. — Ex(m, D. (3015) 279. 

Baldwin has a manor called Clist, which four thanes held in 
partage on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and 
it rendered geld for one hide and half a viigate. Nine ploughs 
can plough these. The canons of St. Mary hold this of Baldwin. 
Of these they have in demesne half a hide and two ploughs, and 
the villeins half a viigate and one plough. There the canons hare 
ten villeins, and four bordars, and one serf, and twenty head of 
cattle, and five acres of wood, and seventeen acres of meadow, and 
fifty acres of pasture ; and it is worth yearly forty shillings, and it 
was worth as much when Baldwin received it 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 471 

Gislebertus tenet de Balduino Smidelie. Edric tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una uirgata terrae. 
Terra est iii carucis. Ibi sunt ii carucae et iii uillani et ii 
bordarii et ii serui. Ibi iiii acrae prati et xl acrae pasturae. 
Olim X solidos. Modo ualet xv solidos. — £xcA. D, 107 
(I); 15^. 



Gislebert holds of Baldwin Smidelie. Edric held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. 
There is land for three ploughs. There are two ploughs, and 
three villeins, and two bordars, and two serfs. There are four 
acres of meadow, and forty acres of pasture. Formerly it was 
worth ten shillings. Now it is worth fifteen shillings. 



(Klfot 

Canonici Sanctae Mariae tenent de Balduino Clist. 
Quattuor taini tenebant tempore r^is Eduuardi et gelda- 
bat pro una hida et dimidia virgata terrae. Terra est ix 
carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae cum i seruo et x 
uillani et iiii bordarii cum i caruca. Ibi xvii acrae prati et 
1 acrae pasturae et v acrae siluae. Olim et modo ualet xl 
solidos. — Exch. D. 107 (2); 15^. 



The Canons of St. Mary hold of Baldwin Clist Four thanes 
held it in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide 
and half a virgate of land. There is land for nine ploughs. In 
demesne are two ploughs, with one serf, and ten villeins, and four 
bordars, with one plough. There are seventeen acres of meadow, 
and fifty acres of pasture, and five acres of wood Formerly it 
was, and it now is, worth forty shillings. 



472 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — E3CBTEB. 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Pontimora 
quam tenuit Olmeros cota ea die qua rex Eduuardus fait 
niuus et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc 
possunt arare ii carrucse. Hanc teiient Canonici Sanctse 
Marise de Banduino. Inde habeiit Canonici i uirgam et 
dimidiam in dominio et i carrucam et uillani dimidiam 
uirgam. Ibi habent Canonici ii bordarios et v seruos et xiiii 
animalia et iii porcos et xcii oaes et vi agros prati et Izxx 
agros pascuss et ualet per annum x solidos et tantnndem 
quando Bauduinus recepit. — Exon, D, (3076) 286. 

Baldwin has a manor called Pontimora, which Olmer cota 
held on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for half a hide. Two ploughs can plough this. 
The canons of St Mary hold this of Baldwin. Of this the 
canons have one virgate and a half in demesne and one plough, 
and the villeins half a virgate. There the canons have two 
bordars, and five serfs, and fourteen head of cattle, and three 
swine, and ninety-two sheep, and six acres of meadow, and eighty 
acres of pasture ; and it is worth yearly ten shillings, and it was 
worth as much when Baldwin received it 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Polesleoga 
quam tenuit Aluricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia uirga. Hanc possunt 
arare ii carrucse. Hanc tenent Canonici SanctaB Mari^ de 
Bauduino. Ibi habent Canonici ii carrucas et i bordarium et 
iiii seruos et iiii animalia et ii agros prati et ualet per annum 
X solidos et quando Bauduinus recepit ualebat v soUdos. — 
Exon. D. (307ft) 286. 

Baldwin has a manor called Polesleuga, which Aluric held an 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a virgate. Two ploughs can plough this. The 
canons of St Mary hold this of Baldwin. There the canons have 
two ploughs, and one bordar, and four serfs, and four head of 
cattle, and two acres of meadow; and it is worth yearly ten 
shillings, and when Baldwin received it it was worth five shillinga 

orifetau 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem qusB uocatur Clista quam 
tenuit Ylueuia ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 



THE DEYONSHIRB DOMESDAY — ^EXCHEQUEB. 473 

l^otitfmore* 

Ipsi canonici tenent de Balduino Pontimore. Vlmer 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia 
hida. Terra est ii carucis. Ibi est i caruca et ii bordarii 
et V semi et vi acrae prati et quater xx acrae pasturae. 
Olim et modo ualet x solidos. — Exch. D, 107 (2); 15^. 



The canons themselves hold of Baldwin Pontimore. Ulmer 
held it in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a 
hide. There is land for two ploughs. There is one plough, and 
two bordars, and five serfs, and six acres of meadow, and eighty 
acres of pasture. Formerly it was, and it now is, worth ten 
shillings. 



Ipsi canonici tenent de Balduino Poleslevge. Aluric 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia 
virgata terrae. Terra est ii carucis quae ibi sunt cum i 
bordario et iiii semis. Ibi ii acrae prati. Olim v solidos. 
Modo ualet x solidos. — Exch. D, 107 (2); 15^. 



The canons themselves hold of Baldwin Polesleuge. Aluric 
held it in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a 
vixgate of land. There is land for two ploughs, which are there, 
with one bordar, and four serfs. There are two acres of 
meadow. Formerly it was worth five shillings. Now it is worth 
ten shillings. 



Ipsi canonici tenent de Balduino Cliste. Vlveva tene- 
bat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro ii virgatis 



474 THE DSVONSHIKE O0M£SDAT — EXETER. 

mortuus. £t reddidit gildum pro ii uiigis et dimidia. Hanc 
possunt arare iii carrucdd. Modo tenent earn canonichi 
Sanctas Marise de Bauduino. Inde habent Canonhici i 
uirgam dimidiam in dominio et i carrucam et uillani habent 
ii carrucas et dimidiam. Ibi habent Canonichi iii uillanos et 
iii bordarios et iii seruos et i naccam et v ones et x ^;tos 
prati et iii agros pascuae et ualet per annum xv solidos et 
quando Bauduinus recepit ualebat xv solidos. 

De ista mansione est ablatus i ferdinus terrse qui ibi iuste 
iacebat tempore regis Eduuardi et est additus mansioni 
Odonis quae uocatur Pontimora et ualet per annum xii 
denarios.*— ^axw. 2>. (309) 287. 

Baldwin has a manor called Clista, which Ylueuia held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for two virgates and a hal£ Three ploughs can plough thia 
Now the canons of St. Mary hold this of Baldwin. Of these the 
canons have one virgate and a half in demesne and one plough, 
and the villeins two ploughs and a hal£ There the canons have 
three villeins, and three bordars, and three serfs, and one cow, and 
five sheep, and ten acres of meadow, and three acres of pasture; 
and it is worth yearly fifteen shillings, and it was worth fiffceen 
shillings when Baldwin received it. 

From this manor has been taken away one ferHng of land which 
was rightly situated there in the time of king Edward, and it has 
been added to the manor of Odo called Pontimora ; and it is worth 
yearly twelve pence. 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Fierseham 
quam tenuit Edolfus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuns et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare 
vi carrucsB. Hanc tenent Monachi Sancti Michaelis de 
Bauduino. Inde habent Monachi in dominio dimidiam 
uiigam et i carrucam et uillani dimidiam uiigam et ii 
carrucas. Ibi habent Monachi v uillanos et ii boi^arios et i 
seruum et iiii ones et x agros nemoris et iii agros prati et xx 
agros pascuae et ualet per annum xxx solidos et quando 
Bauduinus recepit ualebat xx solidos. — £xon. 2>. (307) 285. 

Baldwin has a manor called Fierseham, which Edolf held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate. Six' ploughs can plough this. The monks of 
St. Michael hold this of Baldwin. Of this the monks have in 
demesne half a viigate and one plough, and the villeins half a 

* This entry is in the margin. 



THE DEVONSHIRE OOMESOAT— EXCHEQUER. 475 

terrae et dimidia. Terra est iii carucis. Ibi sunt iii carucae 
et dimidia et iii uillani et iii bordarii et iii serui et iii acrae 
pasturae et x acrae prati. Olim xx solidos. Modo ualet 
XV solidos. 

De hoc manerio est ablatus unus ferling terrae qui ibi 
pertinebat tempore regis Eduuardi et est additus in Pona- 
more manerio Odonis. Valet xii denarios. — Exch, D. 107 
(6); isb. 



The canons themselves hold of Baldwin Cliste. Ulveva held 
it in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for two and a half 
virgates of land. There is land for three ploughs. There are 
three ploughs and a half, and three villeins, and three bordars, 
and three serfs, and three acres of pasture, and ten acres of 
meadow. Formerly it was worth twenty shillings. Now it is 
worth fifteen shillings. 

From this manor has been taken one ferling of land which 
belonged thereto in the time of king Edward, and it has been 
added to Ponamore, the manor of Odo. It is worth twelve 
pence. 



Monachi de Monte Sancti Michaelis tenent de Balduino 
Fierseham. Eddulf tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et 
geldabat pro una virgata terrae. Terra est vi carucis. In 
dominio est i caruca cum i seruo et v uillani et ii bordarii 
cum ii carucis. Ibi iii acrae prati et xx acrae pasturae et x 
acrae silua^ Olim xx solidos. Modo ualet xxx solidos. — 
ExcA. D, 107 (2); isb. 



The monks of Mount St Michael hold of Baldwin Fierseham. 
Eddulf held it in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for 
one virgate of land. There is land for six ploughs. In demesne 
is one plough, with one serf, and five villeins, and two bordars, 
with two ploughs. There are three acres of meadow, and twenty 
acres of pasture, and ten acres of wood. Formerly it was worth 
twenty shillings. Now it is worth thirty shillings. 



476 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

yii^te and two ploughs. There the monks have five TiUeins, and 
two bordars, and one serf, and four sheep, and ten acres of wood, 
and three acres of meadow, and twenty acres of pasture; and is 
worth yearly thirty shillings, and it was worth twenty shillings 
when Baldwin received it. 

Baudoinus habet i mansionem qusB uocatur Winpla quam 
tenuit Almerus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fait uiaos et 
mortuuB et reddidit gildum pro ii hidis et i uirga. Has 
possunt arare x carrucds. Hanc tenet Yxor eiusdem Bauduini 
de 60. Inde habet Bauduinus in doininio i hidam et i uiigam 
et ii camicas et nillani i hidam et vi carrucas. Ibi habet 
Bauduinus xiii uillanos et viii bordarios et ix seruos et xviii 
animalia et vi porcos et Iv ones et xxiiii capras et 1 agros 
nemusculi et 1 agros prati et c agros pascuse et ualet per 
annum x libras et ualebat quando recepit vi libraa — Exon. R 
(302) 280. 

Baldwin has a manor called Winpla, which Aimer held on the 
day on which king Edwaid was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for two hides and one YUgate. Ten ploughs can plough 
these. The wife of the same Bialdwin holds this of him. Of 
these Baldwin has in demesne one hide and one virgate and two 
ploughs, and the villeins one hide and six ploughs. There 
Baldwin has thirteen villeins, aud eight bordars, and nine serfs, 
and eighteen head of cattle, and six swine, and fifty-five sheep, 
and twenty-four goats, and fifty acres of coppice, and fifty acres of 
meadow, and one hundred acres of pasture ; and it is worth yearly 
ten pounds, and it was worth when he received it six pounds. 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Hanberia 
quam tenuit Alnodus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro ii hidis. Has possunt araie 
viii carrucae. Has tenet Bainerus de Bauduino. Inde habet 
Bainerus in dominio dimidiam hidam et i carrucam et uillani 
i hidam et dimidiam et v carrucas. Ibi habet Bainerus xii 
uillanos et viii bordarios et i senium et i runcinum et iiii 
animalia et iiii porcos et Ixxx oues et i molendinnm qui 
reddit xl denarios per annum et xiiii agros prati et xl agros 
pascuse et ualet per annum iii libras et quando Bauduinus 
recepit ualebat ii libras. — £xon. D. (302) 280. 

Baldwin has a manor called Hanberia, which Alnod held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMSSDAT— BXCOEQUCB. 477 



WRinpU* 

Uxor Balduini tenet de Balduino Winple. Almar tene- 
bat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro li hidis et una 
virgata terrae. Terra est x carucis. In donninio sunt ii 
carucae et ix serui et xiii uillani et viii bordarii cum vi 
carucis. Ibi 1 acr<e prati et c acrae pasturae et 1 acrae siluae 
minuts. Olim vi libras. Modo ualet x libras. — ExcA. D, 
107(2); 15A 



The wife of Baldwin holds of Baldwin Winple. Almar held it 
in the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for two hides and 
one virgate of land. There is land for ten ploughs. In demesne 
are two ploughs, and nine serfs, and thirteen villeins, and eight 
bordars, with six ploughs. There are fifty acres of meadow, and 
one hundred acres of pasture, and fifty acres of coppice. 
Formerly it was worth six pounds. Now it is worth ten pounds. 



Hiinhttit. 

Rainerus tenet de Balduino Hinberie. Alnod tenebat 
tempore r^is Eduuardi et geldabat pro ii hidis. Terra 
est viii carucis. In dominio est i caruca cum i seruo et xii 
uillani et viii bordarii cum v carucis. Ibi molinus reddens 
xl denarios et xiiii acrae prati et xl acrae pasturae. Olim 
xl solidos. Modo ualet Ix solidos. — ExcA. D. 107 (2); 15^. 



Rainerus holds of Baldwin Hinberie. Alnod held it in the time 
of king £dward, and it paid geld for two hides. There is land 

2 I 



478 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXETER, 

geld for two hides. Eight ploughs can plough these. Rainer 
holds izhese of Baldwin. Of these Eainer has in demesne half a 
hide and one plough, and the villeins one hide and a half and five 
ploughs. There Eainer has twelve villeins, and eight hoidais, and 
one serf, and one pack-horse, and four head of catUe, and four 
swine, and eighty sheep, and one mill which renders forty pence 
yearly, and fourteen acres of meadow, and forty acres of pasture ; 
and it is worth yearly three pounds, and it was worth two pounds 
when Baldwin received it. 



In supradicta mansione iacebat tempore regis Eduoardi 
dimidia hida terrse quae uocatur Laurochebera quam tenuit 
idem Almerus. Hanc possunt arare ii carrucse. Ibi est 
dimidia carruca et i seruus et xii agri nemoris et viii agri 
prati et xiii agri pascuae et ualet per annum v solidos. Hanc 
dimidiam hidam tenet Alueredus Brito cum alia mansione 
quae uocatur Laurochebera. — Exon. D. (302) 280. 

In the aforesaid manor was situate in the time of king Edward 
half a hide of land called Laurochebera, which the same Aimer 
held« Two ploughs can plough this. There is half a plough, and 
one serf, and twelve acres of wood, and eight acres of meadow, and 
thirteen acres of pasture; and it is worth yearly five shillings. 
Alured Brito holds this half a hide with another manor called 
Laurochebera. 

l.angafort* 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Langafort 
quam tenuit Brismerus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida et iii uirgis. Has 
possunt arare vi carrucae. Hanc tenet Rainerus de Bauduino. 
Inde habet Bainerus in dominio dimidiam hidam et i uirgam 
et ii carrucas et uillani dimidiam hidam et i uii^m et iii 
carrucas. Ibi habet Eainerus x uillanos et vii bordarios et ii 
seruos et i runcinum et iii animalia et iii porcos et xxvii ones 
et ii agros nemusculi et xii agros prati et ualet per annum xl 
solidos et quando Bauduinus recepit ualebat tantundem.—- 
Exm. D. (3026) 280. 

Baldwin has a manor called Langafort, which Brismer held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one hide and three virgates. Six ploughs can plough 
these. Bainer holds this of Baldwin. Of these Bainer has in 
demesne half a hide and one viigate and two ploughs, and the 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER, 479 

for eight ploughs. In demesne is one plough, with one serf, and 
twelve villeins, and eight bordars, with five ploughs. There is a 
mill rendering forty pence, and fourteen acres of meadow, and 
forty acres of pasture. Formerly it was worth forty shillings. 
Now it is worth sixty shillings. 



In praedicto manerio Winple iacebat tempore regis 
Eduuardi dimidia hida et uocatur Livrochebere. Terra 
est ii carucis. Ibi est dimidia caruca cum i seruo et viii 
acrae prati et xiii acrae pasturae et xii acrae siluae. Valet v 
solidos. Almar tenuit dim. Mode tenet Aluredus brito. 
Exch. D. 107 (2); i$b. 



In the aforesaid manor Winple was situate in the time of king 
Edward half a hide, called Livrochebere. There is land for two 
ploughs. There is half a plough, with one serf, and eight acres 
of meadow, and thirteen acres of pasture, and twelve acres of 
wood. It is worth five shillings. Almar held it formerly. Now 
Alured Brito holds it 



i.angefoi:B. 

Rainerus tenet de Balduino Langeford. Brismar tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una hida et iii 
virgatis terrae. Terra est vi carucis. In dominio sunt ii 
carucae et ii serui et x uillani et vii bordarii cum iii carucis. 
Ibi xii acrae prati et ii acrae siluae minutae. Olim et mode 
ualet xl solidos. — Exch, D. 107 (2) ; 15^. 



Rainerus holds of Baldwin Langeford. Brismar held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide and three 
virgates of land. There is land for six ploughs. In demesne are 
two ploughs, and two serfs, and ten villeins, and seven bordars, 
with three ploughs. There are twelve acres of meadow and two 

2 I 2 



480 THE DEVONSHIBK DOMESDAY — ^EXETER. 

yOlems half a bide and one yiigate and three plonghs. There 
Bainer has ten lilleins, and seven hoidan, and two serfs, and one 
pack-horse, and three head of cattle, and three swine, and twenty- 
seven sheep, and two acres of coppice, and twelve acres of meadow ; 
and it is worth yearly forty shillings, and it was worth as much 
when Baldwin received it 



Bandmnos habet i mansionem quae uocatur Pantesfort 
quam tenoit Eduuinus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus 
et moituus et reddidit gildnm pro dimidia hida. Hanc 
possunt arare ii carmcae. Hanc tenet Willelmus niger de 
Bauduino. Inde habet Willelmus in doniinio i uiigam et i 
carrucam et uillani i uirgam et i carrucam. Ibi habet 
Willelmus iii uillanos et iiii bordafios et i seruum et iiii 
animalia et Ixxxii cues et viii agros prati et Ix agros pascuse 
et ualet per annum xv solidos et quando Bauduinus recepit 
ualebat xxx solidos.— ^axm. 2>. (302J) 280. 

Baldwin has a manor called Pantesfort, which Edwin held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide. Two ploughs can plough this. William the 
black holds this of Baldwin. Of it William has in demesne one 
virgate and one plough, and the villeins one viigate and one 
plougL There William has three villeins, and four bordars, and 
one ser^ and four head of cattle, and eighty-two sheep, and eight 
acres of meadow, and sixty acres of pasture, and it is worth yearly 
fifteen shillings, and it was worth thirty shillings when Baldwin 
received it 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quse uocatur Pantesfort 
quam tenuit Seduuinus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc 
possunt arare ii carrucae. Hanc tenet Willelmus de Bauduino. 
Ibi habet Willelmus iiii bordarios et iiii agros prati et Ix 
agros pascuae et ualet per annum x solidos et tantundem 
quando Bauduinus recepit — Mean. D. (3025) 281. 

Baldwin has a manor called Pantesfort, which Sedwin held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide. Two ploughs can plough this. William holds 
this of Baldwin. There William has four bordars, and four acres 
of meadow, and sixty acres of pasture, and it is worth yearly ten 
shillings, and it was worth as much when Baldwin ileceived it 



THE DKVONSHIRB DOMESDAY — ^EXCHEQUER. 481 

acres of coppice. Formerly it was and it now is worth forty 
shillings. 



Willelmus tenet de Balduino Pantesford. Eduuinus 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia 
hida. Terra est ii carucis quae ibi sunt cum i seruo et iii 
uillani et iiii bordarii et viii acra^ prati et Ix acrae pasturae. 
Olim XXX solidos. Mode ualet xv solidos. — Exch, D. 107 
(2); 15^. 



William holds of Baldwin Pantesford. Edwin held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There is 
land for two ploughs, wliich are there, with one serf, and three 
villeins, and four bordars, and eight acres of meadow, and sixty 
acres of pasture. Formerly it was worth thirty shillings. Now it 
is worth fifteen shillings. 



Wilelmus tenet de Balduino Pantesford. Seduuinus 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia 
hida. Terra est ii carucis. Ibi sunt iiii bordarii iiii acrae 
prati et Ix acrae pasturae. Olim et modo ualet x solidos. — 
£:xch. D. 106 (2) ; 1 5*. 



William holds of Baldwin Pantesford. Sedwin held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There is 
land for two ploughs. There are four bordars, and four acres of 
meadow, and sixty acres of pasture. Formerly it was and it now 
is worth ten shillings. 



482 THE DEYONSHIBB DOMEaDAY— KXJETEB. 

Baudmnus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Ghinnesfoit 
quain tenuit Ezius ea die qua lex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia uirga. Hanc tenet 
Willelmus de Bauduino. Ibi habet WillelmuB dimidiam 
carrucam et ii bordarios et i seruum et iiii porcos et x oaes 
et iiii agros nemoris et vi agros prati et ualet per annum v 
solidos et tantundem ualebat quando Bauduinus recepit.— 
Ex(m. D. (303) 281. 

Baldwin has a manor called Gbinnesfort, which Ezius held on 
the daj on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a virgate. William holds this of Baldwin. There 
William has half a plough, and two bordais, and one serf, and four 
swine, and ten sheep, and four acres of wood, and six acres of 
meadow, and it is worth yearly five shillings, and it was worth as 
much when Baldwin received it 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Chentesbera 
quam tenuit Eduuius ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare 
ii carrucae. Hanc tenet Willelmus de Bauduino. Inde habet 
Willelmus in dominio ii ferdinos et i carrucam et uillani ii 
ferdinos. Ibi habet Willelmus iiii bordarios et i seruum et x 
agros nemoris et x agros prati et ualet per annum x solidos 
et quando Bauduinus recepit ualebat v solidos. — Exon. D. 
(303) 281. 

Baldwin has a manor called Chentesbera, which Edwy held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one virgate. Two ploughs can plough this. William holds 
this of Baldwin. Of it William has in demesne two ferlings and 
one plough, and the villeins two ferlings. There William has four 
bordars, and one serf, and ten acres of wood, and ten acres of 
Iheadow, and it is worth yearly ten shillings, and it was worth five 
shillings when Baldwin received it. 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Blacheberia 
quam tenuit Godricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc potest 
arare i carrucae. Hanc tenet Willelmus de Bauduino. Inde 
habet Willelmus in dominio i uirgam et i carrucam et mllani 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 483 

Ctinnessforti* 

Willelmus tenet de Balduino Chinnesford. Ezi tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia vii^ata 
terrae. Ibi est dimidia caruca et ii bordarii cum i seruo et 
vi acrae prati et iiii acrae siluae. Olim et modo ualet v 
solidos. — Exch. D, 107 (2); 15^. 



William holds of Baldwin Chinnesford. Ezi held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a virgate of land. 
There is half a plough, and two bordars, with one serf, and six 
acres of meadow, and four acres of wood. Formerly it was and 
it now is worth five shillings. 



Willelmus tenet de Balduino Chentesbere. Eduui 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una 
virgata terrae. Terra est ii carucis. Ibi est i caruca cum 
i seruo et iiii bordarii. Ibi x acrae prati et x acrae siluae. 
Olim vsolidos. Modo ualet x solidos. — Exch. D, 107 (2); 
15*. 



William holds of Baldwin Chentesbere. Edwi held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. 
There is land for two ploughs. There is one plough with one 
serf and four bordars. There are ten acres of meadow and ten 
acres of wood. Formerly it was worth five shillings. Now it is 
worth ten shillings. 



Willelmus tenet de Balduino Blacheberie. Godric 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia 
hida. Terra est i caruca quae ibi est cum i seruo et i 
uillano et iiii bordariis. Ibi v acrae prati et xx acrae pasturae. 
Olim V solidos. Modo ualet x solidos. — Exch, D. 107 (2); 1 5^. 



484 THB DEV0N8HIBK DOICBSDAT^EXBTEB. 

i oiigam. Ibi habet Willelmus i aillannm et iiii bordarios et 
i senium et v agios piati et xx agios pascase et ualet per 
annum x solidos et quando Bauduinus recepit nalebat v 
solidos.— ^axm. D. (303) 281. 

Baldwin has a maQor called Blacheberia, which Grodric held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide. One plough can plough this. William holds 
this of Baldwin. Of it William has in demesne one viigate and 
one plough, and the villeins one viigate. There William has one 
villein, and four bordais, and one serf, and five acres of meadow, 
and twenty acres of pasture, and it is worth yearly ten shillings, 
and it was worth five shillings when Baldwin received it 



(StenteKlierau 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Chentesbera 
quam tenuit Normetnnus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fait uiuus 
et mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt 
arare iiii carrucde. Hanc tenet Willelmus de Bauduino. Inde 
habet Willelmus in dominio i uirgam et ii carrucas et uillani 
i uirgam et ii carrucaa. Ibi habet Willelmus iii uillanos et 
y bordarios et ii seruos et v animalia et x porcoa et xl ones 
et i molendinum qui reddit v solidos per annum et x agios 
nemoris et x agros prati et ualet per annum xxx solidos et 
quando Bauduinus recepit xl solidos. — Exon, D. (303) 281. 

Baldwin has a manor called Chentesbera, which Norman held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for half a hide. Four ploughs can plough this. 
William holds this of Baldwin. Of it William has in demesne 
one virgate and two ploughs, and the villeins one virgate and two 
ploughs. There William has three villeins, and five bordais, and 
two serfs, and five head of cattle, and ten swine, and forty sheep, 
and one mill which returns five shillings yearly, and ten acres of 
wood, and ten acres of meadow, and it is worth yearly thirty 
shillings, and it was worth when Baldwin received it forty shillings. 

ftbrra* 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem qu86 uocatur Avrra quam 
tenuit Ailuuardus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuifc uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt arare 
ii carrucse. Hanc tenet Willelmus de Bauduino. Inde habet 
Willelmus in dominio iii ferdinos et i carrucam et uillani i 
ferdinum. Ibi habet Willelmus i uillanum et v bordarios et 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUER. 485 



William holds of Baldwin Blacheberie. Godric held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There is 
land for one plough, which is there, with one serf, and one 
villein, and four bordars. There are five acres of meadow and 
twenty acres of pasture. Formerly it was worth five shillings. 
Now it is worth ten shillings. 



Willelmus tenet de Balduino Chentesbere. Norman 
tenebat tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia 
hida. Terra est iiii carucis quae ibi sunt cum ii seruis et iii 
uillanis et v bordariis. Ibi molinus reddens v solidos et x 
acrae prati et x acrae siluae. OHm xl solidos. Modo ualet 
XXX solidos. — ExcA, D, 107 (2); i$d. 



William holds of Baldwin Chentesbere. Norman held it in 
the time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There 
is land for four ploughs, which are there, with two serfs, and three 
villeins, and five bordars. There is a mill rendering five shillings, 
and ten acres of meadow, and ten acres of wood. Formerly it 
was worth forty shillings. Now it is worth thirty shillings. 



ftbra. 

Willelmus tenet de Balduino Avra. Ailuuard tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. 
Terra est ii carucis. Ibi est i caruca cum i seruo et i 
uillano et v bordariis. Ibi x acrae prati et x acrae siluae. 
Olim et modo ualet x solidos. — ExcA. D. 107 (2); 15^. 



488 THB DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT — EXETER. 

molendinum qui reddit v solidos per annum et vi agros prati 
et vi agros pascuse, et ualet per annum xx solidos, et quando 
Bauduinus recepit ualebat xv solidos. — Eocon. D, (3035) 281. 

Baldwin has a manor called Bemaidesmore, which Aimer held 
on the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for half a hida This can he ploughed by three 
plougha Eogo holds this of Baldwin. Of this Bogo has in 
demesne one yiigate and one plough, and the villeins have one 
virgate and two ploughs. There Rogo has six villeins, and two 
hordars, and one serf, and five swine, and thirty sheep, and ten 
goats, and one mill which renders five shillings yearly, and 
six acres of meadow, and six acres of pasture, and it is worth 
yearly twenty shilliogs, and it was worth when Baldwin received 
it fifteen shillings. 

<S:ofr« 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quse uocatur Coic, quam 
tenuit Ailmarus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus, et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt arare 
viii caruc8B. Inde habet Bauduinus in dominio dimidiam 
hidam et ii carrucas, et uillani dimidiam hidam et vi carrucas. 
Ibi habet Bauduinus viii uillanos et iii bordarios et ii seruos 
et i runcinum et iii animalia et xl ones et i molendinum qui 
reddit x solidos per annum et iii agros nemoris et iii agros 
prati, et ualet per annum xl xxx solidos et quando Bauduinus 
recepit ualebat xx solidos. — Exon. D. (3036) 282. 

Baldwin has a manor called Coic, which Ailmar held on the day 
on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered geld 
for one hide. This can be ploughed by eight ploughs. Of this 
Baldwin has in demesne half a hide and two ploughs, and the 
villeins have half a hide and six ploughs. There Baldwin has 
eight villeins, and three bordars, and two serfs, and one pack-horse, 
and three beasts, and forty sheep, and one mill, which renders ten 
shillings yearly, and three acres of wood, and three acres of 
meadow, and it is worth yearly forty (thirty) shillings, and it was 
worth when Baldwin received it twenty shilUnga 

ffaftttonau 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Taintona, 
quam tenuit Osferus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fait uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro ii hidis. Hanc possunt aiaie 
xii carrucae. Inde habet Bauduinus in dominio dimidiam 
hidam et i uirgam et ii carrucas' et uillani i hidam et i uiigam 



THB DEVONSHIRE DOUESDAT<— EXCHEQUER. 489 



Rogo holds of Baldwin Bemardesmore. Aimer held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a hide. There is 
land for three ploughs, which are there, with one serf, and six 
villeins, and two bordars. There is a mill rendering five shillings, 
and six acres of meadow, and six acres of pasture. Formerly 
it was worth fifteen shillings. Now it is worth twenty shillings. 



ffofr* 

Ipse Balduinus tenet Coic. Almar tenebat tempore 
regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro i hida. Terra est viii 
carucis. In dominie sunt ii carucae et ii semi et viii 
uillani et iii bordarii cum vi carucis. Ibi molinus reddens 
X solidos et iii acrae prati et iii acrae siluae. Olim xx 
solidos. Modo ualet xxx solidos. — Exch, D, 107 (3); i6a. 



Baldwin himself holds Coic Almar held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There is land for 
eight ploughs. In demesne -are two ploughs, and two serfs, 
and eight villeins, and three bordars, with six ploughs. There is 
a mill rendering ten shillings, and three acres of meadow, and 
three acres of wood. Formerly it was worth twenty shillings. 
Now it is worth thirty shillings. 



ffatntonr* 

Ipse Balduinus tenet Taintone. Offers tenebat tempore 
regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro ii hidis. Terra est xii 
carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et iiii semi et xii 
uillani et viii bordarii cum vi carucis. Ibi vi acrae prati et 
Ix acrae pasturae. Silua i leuca longitudine et iii quarentenae 

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490 THE DEVONSHIBB DOMESDAT — ^SXETSB. 

et vi carracas. Ibi habet Bauduiims xii nillanos et viii 
bordarios et iiii semos et ziiii animalia et c oues et xxxi 
capras et i leugam nemoris in longitudine et ill quadiagenariaa 
in latitudine et vi agros prati et Ix agios pascnse et nalet 
per annum 1 solidos et qnando Banduinus lecepit nalebat 
xl QoMo8.—Exon. R (304) 202. 

Baldwin has a manor called Taintona, which. Oafer held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for two hides. These can be ploughed by twelve ploughs 
Of these Baldwin has in demesne half a hide, and one virgate, and 
two ploughs, and the villeins have one hide, and one viigate, and 
six ploughs. There Baldwin has twelve viUeins, and eight bordars, 
and four ser&, and fourteen head of cattle, and one hundred sheep, 
and thirty-one goats, and wood one leuga in length and three furlongs 
in breadth, and six acres of meadow, and sixty acres of pasture, 
and it is worth yearly fifty shillings, and it was worth when 
Baldwin received it forty shillings. 



Banduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Espreitona 
quam tenuit Osferus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildun^ pro ii hidis. Has poasunt araie 
xii carrucae. Inde habet Banduinus in dominie iii uirgas 
et ii carrucas et uillani i hidam et i uirgam et vi carrucas. 
Ibi habet Banduinus xiiii uillanos et x bordarios et iii seruos 
et xi animalia et Ix oues et xxxv capras et i leugam nemoris 
in longitudine et i quadragenariam in latitudine et iii agros 
prati et x agros pascuse et ualet per annum Ix solidos et 
quando Banduinus recepit nalebat 1 solidos. — JExcnu D. 
(304) 282. 

Baldwin has a manor called Espreitona, which Osfer held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for two hides. These can be ploughed by twelve plougha 
Of these Baldwin has in demesne three viigates and two plongha, 
and the villeins have one hide, and one virgate, and six ploughs. 
There Baldwin has fourteen villeins, and ten bordars, and three 
serfs, and eleven head of cattle, and sixty sheep, and thirty-five 
goats, and wood one leuga in length and two furlongs in breadth, 
and three acres of meadow, and ten acres of pasture; and it is 
worth yearly sixty shillings, and it was worth when Baldwin 
received it fifty shillings 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT — ^EXCHEQUER. 491 

latitudine. Olim xl solidos. Modo ualet 1 solidos. — Exch. 
D, 107 (3) ; i6a. 



Baldwin himself holds Taintone. Offers held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for two hides. There is land for 
twelve ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and four serfs, 
and twelve villeins, and eight bordars, with six ploughs. There 
are six acres of meadow, and sixty acres of pasture. Wood 
one leuga in length and three furlongs in breadth. Formerly it 
was worth forty shillings. Now it is wbrth fifty shillings. 



Spreftotte* 

Ipse Balduinus tenet Spreitone. Offers tenebat tempore 
regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro ii hidis. Terra est xii 
carucis. In dominio sunt ii earner et iii semi et xiiii 
uillani et x bordarii cum vi carucfs. Ibi iii acrae prati et 
X acrae pasturae. Silua i leuca longitudine et ii quaren- 
tenae latitudine. Olim 1 solidos. Modo ualet Ix solidos. — 
Exch. D. 107 (3) ; i6a. 



Baldwin himself holds Spreitone. Offers held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for two hides. There is land 
for twelve ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and three 
serfs, and fourteen villeins, and ten bordars, with six ploughs. 
There are three acres of meadow, and ten acres of pasture. 
Wood one leuga in length and two furlongs in breadth. Formerly 
it was worth fifty shillings. Now it is worth sixty shillings. 



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492 THE DEVONSHUBE DOMESDAT — ^BXETEB. 



Bauduinus habet i mansionem quse aocator Essoic qnam 
tenuit Eureuuacus ea die qu& rex Eduuardas fait uiuus et 
mortuas et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt araie 
viii carrucse. Inde habet Bauduinus in dominio i uirgam et 
i carrucam et uillani iii uirgas et vi carrucas. Ibi habet 
Bauduinus ix uillanos et v seruos et xl ones et i molendinum 
qui reddit x solidos et iii agros nemusculi et iii agros prati et 
1 agros pascuse et ualet per annum xxx solidos et quando 
Bauduinus recepit ualebat xx solidos. — Exon. D. (304) 282. 

Baldwin has a manor called Essoicy which Eureauac held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendeied 
geld for one hide. This can be ploughed with eight ploughs. Of 
this Baldwin has in demesne one virgate and one plough, and the 
villeins have three virgates and six ploughs. There Baldwin has 
nine villeins, and five serfs, and forty sheep, and a mill which 
renders ten shillings, and three acres of coppice, and three acres of 
meadow, and fifty acres of pasture j and it is worth yearly thirty 
shillings, and it was worth when Baldwin received it twenty 
shillings. 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quse uocatur Glifort quam 
tenuit Brismerus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hideu Hanc possunt arare 
viii carrucse. Hanc tenet Stephanus de Bauduino. Inde 
habet Stephanus in dominio ii uirgas et iii carrucas et uillani 
ii uirgas et iiii carrucas et dimidian^ Ibi habet Stephanus x 
uillanos et vi bordarios et iiii seruos et vi animalia et xi 
porcos et Ixxxii ones et iiii agros nemoris et iii agros prati et 
vi quadragenarias pascuse et ualet per annum xl soUdos et 
quando Bauduinus recepit ualebat xx solidos. — Exon. D. 
(3046) 282. 

Baldwin has a manor called Glifort, which Brismer held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld fpr one hide. This can be ploughed by eight ploughs 
Stephan holds this of Baldwin. Of this Stephan has in demesne 
two viigates and three ploughs, and the villeins have two viigates 
and four ploughs and a half. There Stephan has ten villeins, and 
six bordars, and four serfs, and six head of cattle, and eleven 
swine, and eighty-two sheep^ and four acres of wood, and three 



THE DBYONSHIBE DOMSSDAT — ^EXCHBQUSR. 493 



Ipse Balduinus tenet Essoic. Eureuuacre tenebat tem- 
pore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro i hida. Terra est viii 
carucis. In dominio est i caruca et v serui et ix uillani 
cum vi carucis. Ibi molinus reddens x solidos et iii acrae 
prati et I acrae pasturae et iii acrae siluae minutae. Olim xx 
solidos. Modo ualet xxx solidos. — Exch. D, 107 (3) ; i6«. 



Baldwin himself holds Essoic. Eureuuacre held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There is land 
for eight ploughs. In demesne is one plough, and five serfs, 
and nine villeins, with six ploughs. There is a mill render- 
ing ten shillings, and there are three acres of meadow, and fifty 
acres of pasture, and three acres of coppice. Formerly it was 
worth twenty shillings. Now it is worth thirty shillings. 



Stefanus tenet de Balduino Cliford. Brismer tenebat 
tempore r^is Eduuardi et geldabat pro una hida. Terra 
est viii carucis. In dominio sunt iii carucae et iiii serui et 
X uillani et vi bordarii cum iiii carucis et dimidia. Ibi iii 
acrae prati et iiii acrae siluae et vi quarentenae pasturae. 
Olim XX solidos. Modo ualet xl solidos. — Exch. D, 107 
(3); i6a. 



Stephan holds of Baldwin Cliford. Brismer held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There is land 
for eight ploughs. In demesne are three ploughs, and four serfs, 
and ten villeins, and six bordars, with four ploughs and a half. 
There are three acres of meadow, and four acres of wood, and 
six furlongs of pasture. Formerly it was worth twenty shillings. 
Now it is worth forty shillings. 



494 THE DEYONSHIBE DOMESDAT — EXETER. 

acies of meadow, and six furlongs of pasture; and it is worth 
yearly forfcy sbillingSy and it was worth twenty shillings when 
Baldwin received it 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Hidona quam 
tenuit Goduinus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro iii hidis. Has possont arare 
xii carrucse. Has tenet Otelinus de Bauduino. Inde habet 
Otelinus in dominio i hidam et ii uirgas et iii carrucas et 
uillani i hidam et ii uirgas et v carrucas. Ibi habet Otelinus 
xiiii uillanos et vi bordarios et vi seruos et xxii animalia et 
xii porcos et Ix cues et xxvii capras et i molendinum qui 
reddit xxx denarios et i leugam nemoris in longitudine et 
dimidiam leugam in latitudme et xxvi agros prati et iii 
quadragenarias pascusB in longitudine et i quadragenariam in 
latitudine et ualet per annum iiii librae et quando Bauduinus 
recepit iiii libras.— ^iwm. D. (304J) 282. 

Baldwin has a manor called Hidona, which Godwin held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for three hides. These can be ploughed by twelve ploughs. 
Otelin holds these of Baldwin. Of these Otelin has in demesne 
one hide and two virgates and three ploughs, and the villeins have 
one hide and two virgates and five ploughs. There Otelin has 
fourteen villeins, and six bordars, and six serfs, and twenty-two 
head of cattle, and twelve swine, and sixty sheep, and twenty- 
seven goats, and a mill which renders thirty pence, and wood 
one leuga in length and half a leuga in breadth, and twenty-six 
acres of meadow^ and pasture three furlongs in length and one 
furlong in breadth ; and it is worth yearly four pounds, and it was 
worth when Baldwin received it four pounds. 



Kttnior. 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Bumor quam 
tenuit Bristricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida et i uirga. Has 
possunt arare viii carrucas. Has tenet Stephanus de 
Bauduino. Inde habet Stephanus in dominio ii uirgas et 
ii carrucas et uillani iii uirgas et iiii carrucaa Ibi habet 
Stephanus viii uillanos et vi bordarios et iiii seruos et i 
runcinum et vi animalia et c ones et iii agros prati et xv 
agros pascuie et ualet per annum xxx solidos et quando 
Bauduinus recepit ualebat xx solidos. — Hican, D. (3046) 283. 



THE DSVOKSHIBE DOMESDAT— BXPHBQUSR. 495 



Othelin tenet de Balduino Hidone. Goduinus tenebat 
tempore regis P2duuardi et geldabat pro iii hidis. Terra 
est xii carucis. In dominio sunt iii carucae et vi serui et 
xiiii uillani et vi bordarii cum v carucis. Ibi molinus 
reddens xxx denarios et xxvi acrae pratL Pastura iii 
quarentenae longitudine et una quarentena latitudine. 
Silua i leuca longitudine et dimidia leuca latitudine. Olim 
et modo ualet iiii libras. — Exch. D, 107 (3) ; i6a. 



Othelin holds of Baldwin Hidone. Godwin held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for three hides. There is 
land for twelve ploughs. In demesne are three ploughs, and 
six serfs, and fourteen villeins, and six bordars, with five ploughs. 
There is a mill rendering thirty pence, and twenty-six acres of 
meadow. Pasture three furlongs in length and one furlong in 
breadth. Wood one leuga in length and half a leuga in breadth. 
Formerly it was, and it now is, worth four pounds. 



Kbmott 

Stefanus tenet de Balduino Rvmor. Brictric tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro i hida et una 
virgata terrae. Terra est viii carucis. In dominio sunt ii 
carucae et iiii serui et viii uillani et vi bordarii cum iiii 
carucis. Ibi iii acrae prati et xv acrae pasturae. Olim xx 
solidos. Modo ualet xxx solidos. — Exch, D. 107 (3) ; i6a. 



496 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAT — EXETER. 

Baldwin has a manor called Eamor, which Bristric held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one hide and one virgate. These can he ploughed by eight 
ploughs. Stephan holds these of Baldwin. Of these Stephan 
has in demesne two viigates and two ploughs, and the villeins 
have three virgates and four ploughs. There Stephan has eight 
•villeins, and six bordars, and four serfs, and one pack-horse, and 
six head of cattle, and one hundred sheep, and three acres of 
meadow, and fifteen acres of pasture; and it is worth yearly 
thirty shillings, and it was worth twenty shillings when Baldwin 
received it. 

Ktofort 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Risfort quam 
tenuit Eduuius ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i hida. Hanc possunt araie 
V carrucse. Hanc tenet Eduuius de Bauduino. Inde habet 
Eduuius in dominio i uirgam et dimidiam et i carrucam et 
uillani ii uirgas et dimidiam et iii carrucas. Ibi habet 
Eduuius viii uillanos et v bordarios et i senium et ix 
animalia et Iviiii oues et iiii agros nemusculi et v agios 
prati et iiii agros pascuse et ualet per annum xxx solidos et 
tantundem ualebat quando Bauduinus recepit. — Exon. D. 
(305) 283. 

Baldwin has a manor called Eisfort, which Edwi held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one hide. This can be ploughed by five plough& Edwi 
holds this of Baldwin. Of this Edwi has in demesne one virgate 
and a half and one plough, and the villeins have two virgates and 
a half and three ploughs. There Edwi has eight villeins, and five 
bordars, and one serf, and nine head of cattle, and fifty-nine sheep, 
and four acres of coppice, and five acres of ineadow, and four 
acres of pasture ; and it is worth yearly thirty shillings, and it was 
worth just as much when Baldwin received it. 



Bauduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Hitenesleia 
quam tenuit Doda ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt 
arare vii carrucae. Hanc tenet Badulfus de pomeria de 
Bauduino. Inde habet Eadulfus in dominio i uirgam et ii 
carrucas. Et uillani i uirgam et iii carrucas. Ibi habet 
Badulfus vii uillanos et ii seruos et vi animalia et vi poicos 
et Ixxiiii oues et i leugam nemoris in longitudine et dimi- 



THE DKVOKSHIRE DOMESDAT — EXGHEQQEB. 497 

Stefan holds of Baldwin Rvmor. Brictric held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide and one virgate of 
land. There is land for eight ploughs. There are in demesne 
two ploughs, and four serfs, and eight villeins, and six bordars, 
with four ploughs. There are three acres of meadow, and 
fifteen acres of pasture. Formerly it was worth twenty shillings. 
Now it is worth thirty shillings. 



Eduuius tenet de Balduino Risford. Ipse tenebat tem- 
pore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro i hida. Terra est v 
carucis. In dominio est i caruca cum i seruo et viii uillani 
et V bordarii cum iii carucis. Ibi v acrae prati et liii acrae 
pasturae et iiii acrae siluae minutae. Olim et mode ualet 
XXX soHdos. — Exch, D. 107 (3); 16a. 



Edwi holds of Baldwin Risford. He held it himself in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one hide. There is 
land for five ploughs. In demesne is one plough, with one 
serf, and eight villeins, and five bordars, with three ploughs. 
There are five acres of meadow, and four acres of pasture, and 
four acres of coppice. Formerly it was, and it now is, worth 
thirty shillings. 



VtiXtMiAti. 

Radulfus tenet de Balduino Hiteneslei. Dode tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia hida. 
Terra est vii carucis. In dominio sunt ii carudae et ii serui 
et vii uillani cum iii carucis. Ibi vi acrae prati. Silua i 
leuca longitudine et dimidia leuca latitudine. Olim xx 
solidos. Modo ualet xxx solidos. — Exch. D, 107 (3); i6a. 



500 THE DEVONSHIRE D0ME8DAT — EXETEB. 

xxiiii capias et xxiiii agros nemoris et iii agros prati et xv 
agros pasGuaB et ualet per annum xxx solidos et quando 
Bauduinus recepit ualebat xx solidos. — Exon. D, (305) 283. 

Baldwin has a manor called Melenuis, which Brismar held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for half a hide. This can be ploughed by seven 
ploughs. Hugo of Eennes holds this of Baldwin. Of this Hugo 
has in demesne one viigate and one plough, and the villeins have 
one virgate and six ploughs. There Hugo has eight villeins, and 
four bordars, and four serfs, and six head of cattle, and twenty- 
four goats, and twenty-four acres of wood, and three acres of 
meadow, and fifteen acres of pastuie; and it is worth yearly 
thirty shillings, and it was worth when Baldwin received it twenty 
shillings. 

Safgtuu 

Bauduinus habet i mansiooem quae uocatur Taigna quam 
tenuit Aluricus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro ii uiigis. Has possunt arare 
iiii carrucse. Has tenet Hugo de Bauduino. Inde habet 
Hugo in dominio i uirgam et ii carrucas et uillani i uirgam 
et i carrucanL Ibi habet Hugo iiii uillanos et i bordarium et 
ii seruos et ix animalia et xliiii ones et ii agros prati et xx 
agros pascuffi et ualet per annum xv solidos et quando 
Bauduinus recepit ualebat x solidos. — Exon. D. (305&) 283. 

Baldwin has a manor called Taigna, which Alunc held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for two viigates. These can be ploughed by four ploughs. 
Hugo holds these of Baldwin. Of these Hugo has in demesne 
one viigate and two ploughs, and the villeins have one viigate and 
one plough. There Hugo has four villeins, and one. boidar, and 
two serfs, and nine head of cattle, and forty-four sheep, and two 
acres of meadow, and twenty acres of pasture; and it is woiih 
yearly fifteen shillings, and it was worth ten shillings when 
Baldwin received it. 

analSmge* 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Waldeiige 
quam tenuit Doda ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia uirga. Hanc pos- 
sunt arare vi carrucse. Hanc tenet Goscelinus beruinos de 
Bauduino. Inde habet Goscelinus in dominio i ferdinom et 
dimidium et i carrucam et uillani ii feidinos et dimidium et 
iiii carrucas. Ibi habet Goscelinus vi uillanos et iii bordarios 



i 



THB DEVONSHIBE DOMESDAY— EXGHEQUEB. 501 



Hugo holds of Baldwin Melewis. Brismar held it in the time 
of king Edwardy and it paid geld for half a hide. There is land 
for seven ploughs, and as many are there, with four serfs, and 
eight villeins, and four bordars. There are three acres of 
meadow, and fifteen acres of pasture, and twenty-four acres of 
wood. Formerly it was worth twenty shillings. Now it is worth 
thirty shillings. 



0afne« 

Hugo tenet de Balduino Taine. Aluric tenebat tempore 
regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro ii uirgatis terrae. Terra est 
iiii carucis. Ibi sunt iii carucae et ii semi et iiii uillani cum 
i bordario. Et ii acrae prati et xx acrae pasture. Olim x 
solidos. Modo ualet xv solidos. — Exch, D. 107 (3); i6a. 



Hugo holds of Baldwin Taine. Aluric held it in the time of 
king Edward, and it paid geld for two virgates of land. There is 
land for four ploughs. There are three ploughs, and two serfs, 
and four villeins, with one bordar. And two acres of meadow, 
and twenty acres of pasture. Formerly it was worth ten shillings. 
Now it is worth fifteen shillings. 



nSalSerig^ 

Gozelinus tenet de Balduino Walderige. Dode tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia uirgata 
terrae. Terra est vi carucis.' In dominio est i caruca et iii 
serui et vi uillani et iii bordarii cum iiii carucis. Ibi vi 
acrae prati et c acrae pasturae et Ix acrae siluae. Olim et 
modo ualet xx solidos. — Exch, D, 107 (3); i6a. 



502 THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — ^EXETER. 

et iii seruos et ii animalia et xxiiii ones et Ixii capias et Ix 
agros nemoris et vi agros prati et c agros pascudB et ualet per 
annum xx solidos et quando Bauduinos recepit ualebat 
tantundem.— JEww. D. (3056) 284. 

Baldwin has a manor called Walderige, which Doda held on the 
day on which kiog Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a yirgate. This can be ploughed by six ploughs. 
Croscelin Berwin holds this of Baldwin. Of this Goscelin has in 
demesne one ferling and a half and one plough, and the villeins 
have two ferlings and a half and four ploughs. There GosoeUn 
has six villeins, and three bordars, and three serfs, and two head 
of cattle, and twenty-four sheep, and sixty-two goats, and sixty 
acres of wood, and six acres of meadow, and one hundred acres of 
pasture ; and it is worth yearly twenty shillings, and it was worth 
as much when Baldwin received it. 

S'rteiionia. 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Teteboma 
quam tenuit Elmerus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt aiaie 
iiii carrucse. Hanc tenet Ealnerus de Bauduino. Inde 
habet Eainerus in dominio i ferdinum et dimidium et i 
carrucam et uillani iii ferdinos et dimidium et i carrncam. 
Ibi habet Bainerus ii uillanos et iii bordarios et i senium et 
xl ones et xlv agros nemoris et iii agros prati et xl agros 
paacuse et ualet per annum x solidos et quando Bauduinos 
recepit ualebat xv solidos. — Hacoru D, (3056) 284. 

Baldwin has a manor called Teteboma, which Elmer held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it 
rendered geld for one virgate. This can be ploughed by four 
ploughs. Eainer holds this of Baldwin. Of this Bainer has in 
demesne one ferling and a half and one plough, and the villeins 
have three ferlings and a half and one plough. There Bainer has 
two villeins, and three bordars, and one serf, and forty sheep, and 
forty-five acres of wood, and three acres of meadow, and forty 
acres of pasture ; and it is worth yearly ten shillings, and it was 
worth fifteen shillings when Baldwin received it. 

{fTetrbonta* 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Teteboma 
quam tenuit Doda ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro i uirga. Hanc possunt aiaiB 
iiii carrucae. Hanc tenet Badulfus de pomeria de BauduinOb 



THE DEVONSHIBE DOMESDAY— EXCHEQUER. 503 



Gozelin holds of Baldwin Walderige. Dode held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for half a virgate of land. 
There is la!nd for six ploughs. In demesne is one plough, and 
three serfe, and six villeins, and three bordars, with four 
ploughs. There are six acres of meadow, and a hundred acres of 
pasture, and sixty acres of wood. Formerly it was, and it now 
is, worth twenty shillings. 



STctdmnte* 

Rainerus tenet de Balduino Tetebume. Elmer tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terrae. 
Terra est iiii carucis. In dominio est i caruca cum i seruo 
et ii uillani et iii bordarii cum i caruca. Ibi iii acrae prati 
et xl acrae pasturae et xlv acrae siluae. Olim xv solidos. 
Modo ualet x solidos. — Exch, D. 107 (3); i6a. 



Rainer holds of Baldwin Tetebume. Elmer held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one vii^gate of land.' 
There is land for four ploughs. In demesne is one plough, 
with one serf, and two villeins, and three bordars, with one 
plough. There are three acres of meadow, and forty acres of 
pasture, and forty-five acres of wood. Formerly it was woith 
fifteen shillings. Now it is worth ten shillings* 



Radulfus tenet de Balduino Tetebome. Dode tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro una virgata terras. 
Terra est iiii carucis. Ibi sunt iii carucae et if serui et iiii 
uillani et ii bordarii et iii acrae prati et xlv acrae pasturae et 



504 THE DEYONSHIBS DOMBSDAT — ^EXETSB. 

Inde habet fiadulfds in dominio i ferdinum et i camicam et 
uillani iii ferdinos et ii camicas. Ibi habet Badulfos iiii 
uillanos et ii bordarios et ii seraos et i animal et xxii ones et 
zlv agros nemoris et iii agros prati et zlv agros pascose et 
ualet per annum x solidos et quando Bauduinus lecepit 
tantundem.— jEwti. D. (306) 284. 

Baldwin has a manor called Teteboma, which Doda held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for one viigate. This can be ploughed by four ploughs. 
Kadulf de Pomeroy holds this of Baldwin. Of this Baldwin has 
in demesne one f erUng and one plough, and the villeins have three 
ferlings and two ploughs. There Radulf has four viUeins, and 
two bordars, and two serfs, and one head of cattle, and twenty-two 
sheep, and forty-five acres of wood, and three acres of meadow, 
and forty-five acres of pasture; and it is worth yearly ten 
shillings, and it was worth as much when Baldwin received it. 

18olefiam« 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Boleham qoam 
tenuit Almerus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro ii hidis \et dimidia]. Has 
possunt arare vi[n] carrucae. Has tenet Otelinus de 
Bauduino. Inde habet Otelinus in dominio i hidam [et i 
virgam] et u[i] carrucas et uillani i hidam [et i virgam] et ii 

carrucaa Ibi habet Otelinus [v] uillanos et vi bordarios et 
ii seruos et x animalia et 1 cues et x capras et dimidiam 
leugam nemoris in longitudine et i quadragenariam in latita- 
dine et xxiiii agros prati et i leugam pascuse in longitudine 

ZXZT 

et dimidiam in latitudine et ualet per annum [xl] solidos et 
quando Bauduinus recepit xx solidos. — Exon. D, (306) 284. 

NoTS. — The portions within brackets and in itaUcs havB been partially 
erased. 

Baldwin has a manor called Boleham, which Aimer held on the 
day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for two hides and a half. These can be ploughed by eight 
ploughs. Otelin holds these of Baldwin. Of tiiese Otelin has in 
demesne one hide and one virgate and three ploughs, and the 
villeins have one hide and one virgate and two ploughs. There 
Otelin has eight villeins, and six bordars, and two secfis, and ten 
head of cattle^ and fifty sheep, and ten goats, and wood half a 
leuga in length and one furlong in breadth, and twenty-four acres 
of meadow, and pasture one leuga in lengUi and half a leuga in 
breadth ; and it is worth yearly thirty-five shillings, and it was 
worth when Baldwin received it twenty shillings. 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXCHEQUER. 505 

tantundem siluae. Olim et mode ualet x solidos. — Exch. D, 
107(3;; 16^. 



Radulf holds of Baldwin Tetebome. Dode held it in the 
time of king Edward, and it paid geld for one virgate of land. 
There is land for four ploughs. There are three ploughs, and 
two serfs, and four villeins, and two bordars, and three acres of 
meadow, and forty-five acres of pasture, and as many of wood.. 
Formerly it was, and it now is, worth ten shillings. 



Othelinus tenet de Balduino Boleham. Elmer tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro ii hidis. Terra est 
vi carucis. In dominio sunt ii carucae et ii serui et viii 
uillani et vi bordarii cum ii carucis. Ibi xxiiii acrae prati. 
Pastura i leuca longitudine et dimidia latitudine. Silua 
dimidia leuca longitudine et una quarentena latitudine. 
Olim XX solidos. Mode ualet xxxv solidos. — Exch, D. 
107 (4); i6b. 



Othelin holds of Baldwin Boleham. Elmer held it in the time 
of king Edward, and it paid geld for two hides. There is land 
for six ploughs. In demesne are two ploughs, and two serfs, and 
eight villeins, and six bordars, with two ploughs. There are 
twenty-four acres of meadow. Pasture one leuga in length and 
half a leuga in breadth. Wood half a leuga in length and one 
furlong in breadth. Formerly it was worth twenty shillings. 
Now it is worth thirty-five shillings. 



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506 THE DEYONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXETER. 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Colun quam 
tenuit Godauinus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fait uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida et i ferdino. 
Hanc possunt arare iiii carrucae. Hanc tenet Otelinus de 
Bauduino. Inde habet Otelinus in dominio i nii^m et i 
ferdinum et ii carrucas et dimidiam et uillani i uirgam et i 
carrucam. Ibi habet Otelinus iiii uillanos et iiii boidarios et 
ii seruos et ix animalia et xii porcos et xl oues et xx capras 
et i molendinum qui reddit per annum xxx denarios et vi 
agros nemoris et iiii agros prati et ii quadragenarias pascuae 
in longitudine et i quadragenariam in latitudine et ualet per 
annum xx solidos et quando Bauduinus recepit ualebat x 
QoMoa^—Bxan. D. (306) 284. 

Baldwin has a manor called Colaiiy which Godwin held on the 
day on which king Edward was alire and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide and one ferHng. This can be ploughed by 
four ploughs. Otelin holds this of Baldwin. Of these Otolin has 
in demesne one virgate and one ferling and two ploughs and m 
half, and the villeins have one virgate and one plough. There 
Otelin has four villeins, and four bordars, and two seriis, and nine 
head of cattle, and twelve swine, and forty sheep, and twenty 
goats, and a mill which renders thirty pence a year, and six acres 
of wood, and four acres of meadow, and pasture two furlongs in 
length and one furlong in breadth ; and it is worth yearly twenty 
shillings, and it was worth ten shillings when Baldwin received it. 

ISrenfort. 

Bauduinus habet i mansionem quae uocatur Brenfort quam 
tenuit Brungarus ea die qua rex Eduuardus fuit uiuus et 
mortuus et reddidit gildum pro dimidia hida. Hanc possunt 
arare ii carrucae. Hanc tenet Walterus de Bauduino. Inde 
Walterus in dominio i uirgam et i carrucam et uillani i 
uirgam et dimidiam carrucam. Ibi habet Walterus ii 
uillanos et ii bordarios et i senium et v animalia et xl oues 
et XX capras et iii agros prati et vi agros pascuae et ualet per 
annum' xv solidos et quando Bauduinus recepit ualebat x 
solidos.— ^a:(m. D. (3066) 284. 

Baldwin has a manor called Brenfort, which Brungar held on 
the day on which king Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered 
geld for half a hide. This can be ploughed by two plougha. 
Walter holds this of Baldwin. Of this Walter has in demesne one 



THE DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY — EXGHEQUBB. 507 

Othelin tenet de Balduino Colvn. Goduinus tenebat 
tempore regis Eduuardi et geldabat pro dimidia hida et 
uno ferling. Terra est iiii carucis. In dominio sunt ii 
carucae et ii serui et iiii uillani et iiii bordarii cum i caruca. 
Ibi molinus reddens xxx denarios. Et iiii acrae prati et 
vi acrae siluae. Pastura ii quarentenae longitudine et una 
quarentena latitudine. Olim x solidos. Modo ualet xx 
solidos, — Exch. D, 107 (4); 16a:. 



Othelin holds of Baldwin Colvn. Godwin held i